CLEVELAND, OHIO (LEARFIELD-WSAU) The Green Bay Packers' quarterbacks coach reportedly has an interview today for the Cleveland Browns' head coaching job.
Ben McAdoo (mack'-uh-doo) is said to be in the running for the post vacated by Rob Chudzinski. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said McAdoo would be interviewed ahead of Denver's offensive coordinator Adam Gase -- who reportedly said he would not interview until the Broncos are done with the playoffs.
McAdoo has been Green Bay quarterbacks' coach for two seasons, and was the Packers' tight ends coach under Mike McCarthy before that.
E-S-P-N says New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has interviewed for the Browns job -- along with defensive coordinators Dan Quinn of Seattle and Todd Bowles of Arizona.
The Browns have also asked for permission to interview college coach James Franklin of Vanderbilt. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is reportedly no longer a candidate for the Cleveland post.