Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line coach Doug Marrone will be interviewed by the Cleveland Browns for their vacant head coach position, according to Sports Illustrated's Peter King.
Just said on @SNFonNBC that the first interview for Browns, coming Tuesday will be former Bills coach Doug Marrone.— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) January 4, 2016
Marrone undoubtedly will get quite a few looks at head coaching and coordinator positions around the league. He turned around a struggling Buffalo Bills team in two years from 2013-2014, but left due to an unstable and unpredictable environment. He was hired by the Jaguars in January to help with the offensive line as well as serve as assistant head coach.
By all accounts, the offensive line improved dramatically this year and it's a testament to Marrone. He should interview for several teams this offseason and it's unlikely he'll be back.
Marrone is 15-17 in two seasons as a head coach in the NFL.