Cleveland Browns to interview Doug Marrone for HC vacancy

Former Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone will interview for the Cleveland Browns’ coaching vacancy, according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com.

Marrone spent the 2015 season as the Jacksonville Jaguars’ offensive line coach, a job he kind of fell into after abruptly resigning as head coach of the Buffalo Bills after two seasons on the job. Buffalo wint 15-17 with Marone at the helm and appeared to be turning a corner, but he resigned in hopes of landing a better job. He interviewed with the New York Jets, but failed to impress. This time around, Marrone is also expected to interview with the Miami Dolphins for their coaching vacancy.

Cleveland recently fired both coach Mike Pettine and GM Ray Farmer after two seasons, in which the team went 10-22 and was mired in drama surrounding quarterback Johnny Manziel, receiver Josh Gordon and even owner Jimmy Haslam. Given Marrone’s experience as a college coach, having spent four years as the head coach at Syracuse, he could certainly be an ideal fit with the Browns.

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