Sunday, January 16, 2011

Mike McCoy, Dick Jauron up for jobs in Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns know who they want to bring in for offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator posts on the new coaching staff led by head coach Pat Shurmur.
The Browns are interested in Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy as well as Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach Dick Jauron, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Per the report, the Eagles have already granted the Browns permission to interview Jauron.
Jauron is a former Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills head coach.
McCoy has coached the Broncos' offense for two seasons, but has the option of staying in Denver as new coach John Fox's coordinator.
He worked for Fox in Carolina for nine seasons.
The Kansas Chiefs are also looking at McCoy.
"Yes, I have," Fox said when asked about  McCoy. "He has other options just like we have other options. Mike is a guy that spent seven years with me prior to even coming to the Broncos, so I might even know him better than the people here in the Broncos organization. I definitely hold him in high regard and he is definitely in consideration."

source:  National Football Post
author:  Aaron Wilson

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