Josh McDaniels says he did not speak with Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Tomlin and the Los Angeles Chargers’ Mike Lynn are the only two remaining Black head coaches

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Tomlin and the Los Angeles Chargers’ Mike Lynn are the only two remaining Black head coaches

A long checklist of needs awaits whomever the new head coach shall be, which makes the hiring of an offensive coordinator just as important for the Jets. If the Colts and Patriots both win in the second round, McDaniels and New England will take on Reich and Indianapolis in the AFC Championship Game. "It's always a humbling experience to have an opportunity to interview for any position and I am grateful to speak with Green Bay and I've appreciated every single one".

McDaniels posted an 11-17 record as the Denver Broncos' head coach from 2009-2010 in between stints as New England's offensive coordinator.

It sounds like McDaniels knows that his hometown Cleveland Browns are not a possibility this offseason, as they're reportedly targeting a slew of other head coaching candidates not named Josh McDaniels.

"The book has closed", McDaniels said, later adding that he's focused on this weekend's playoff matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers - and beyond.

He was hired as the offensive coordinator for the University of Southern California before being hired by the Cardinals.

Green Bay is the only known interview McDaniels had.

"No sir, I have had no contact with them". "I'll be [with the Patriots] moving forward".

"I have no idea, you'd have to obviously ask them if that had anything to do with anything like that", he said.

"He called and said he had bad news for me", Ballard said on the Tuesday after New England's Super Bowl loss. I think it's safe to say that he majorly upgraded from Texas Tech by going to the Cardinals.

In fact, McDaniels has now removed himself from consideration for any head coaching openings.

McDaniels was convinced to stay by Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft, though reportedly no assurances were given that McDaniels would succeed Belichick when he retired.

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