As stated here the other day, the Browns have sat down for a talk with New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. AP is reporting that Browns owner Randy Lerner talked to McDaniels about the Browns coaching job on Friday.
McDaniels is from Cleveland, and just completed his third season overseeing the Patriots’ offense and coaching quarterbacks. The 32-year-old former college quarterback was credited with transforming backup Matt Cassel into an effective starter after Tom Brady was lost for the season after injuring his knee in the opener.
McDaniels is the third candidate to meet with Lerner, who spoke with fired Jets coach Eric Mangini on Tuesday and Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo on Thursday. Lerner was also scheduled to meet on Friday with Browns defensive coordinator Mel Tucker.
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