Jason La Canfora of CBS is giving up two names as front runners for the Browns coaching search – Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase and Auburn’s Gus Malzahn.
The Cleveland Browns have not given up hope on landing Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase as their next head coach, according to league sources, and, as the first person they wanted to interview for the job, are hopeful they eventually get the chance to do so. Furthermore, from the college ranks, Browns officials remain very intrigued by Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, source said, and have not given up on landing him as well.
It remains as to when they can chat with Gase, as the Broncos will play later today vs the Chargers, and with a win will host the Pats in next weeks AFC Title Game.
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