The NFL's latest round of head coaching hires is down to just one team, and it's a familiar face. The Browns are still looking for their next coach, and Wednesday the team brought in Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz for an interview.
Cleveland also plans on interviewing Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels before making a decision, according to NFL Network.
An announcement could come at the end of the week, but the Browns don't seem to be in a rush - or, alternatively, it's possible they don't have much of a plan.
Schwartz, who once coached the Detroit Lions to the playoffs and has most recently spent four years on Doug Pederson's staff, should certainly be viewed as a viable head coaching candidate after his years of big-time postseason experience with the Eagles.
But when you spend a few minutes leafing through tweets from Browns fans, it's... pretty clear Schwartz is not their first pick.
Here's what the official @Browns account received when it shared news of Schwartz's interview:https://twitter.com/thatsmrheretic/status/1214923527738085376 https://twitter.com/SteelRain__0341/status/1214922174173253634
You guys really want me to cancel my season tickets don't you?— Rikk (@rikkwashere) January 8, 2020
https://twitter.com/keyes2win/status/1214922994046373888 https://twitter.com/JoeNader13/status/1214932268885647360 https://twitter.com/UrFriendStu/status/1214922193466986496
Ughhhh...— Don Croston (@dcrosto1) January 8, 2020
There is 3 candidates that I personally could live with being hired and this fkn guy isn't one of em.— 🕸🃏 Shawn Po 🃏🕸 (@DJFingers9) January 8, 2020
Stop the nonsense and hire McDaniels already— AK (@THEARK85) January 8, 2020
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