CLEVELAND — The Browns are working to add the missing piece to their organization. Management met with assistant coaches Tuesday and gave them a week or so off while the search for a head coach continues, according to ESPN's Pat McManamon.
The Browns management met with assistant coaches Tuesday and gave them a week or so off while the search for a head coach continues. The team asked the assistants to keep it informed if any other possible opportunities arise. Gregg Williams interviews... https://t.co/Dk8gyQ1X4o— PatMcManamon (@PatMcManamon) January 1, 2019
Gregg Williams was interviewed for the job on New Year's Day. Freddie Kitchens will be interviewed at a later date in the future, ESPN reports.
The team has request permission to interview Minnesota offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski, New Orleans tight ends coach Dan Campbell and New England linebackers coach Brian Flores, the Associated Press said.