Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone is already proving to be a hot commodity among teams looking for their next head coach.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Marrone has interviews scheduled with both the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills.
The Browns are looking to fill both their head coaching and general manager positions after firing Pat Shurmur and Tom Heckert on Monday. Cleveland is hoping to hire a head coach before addressing their general manager position.
Buffalo is looking to fill their coaching vacancy after firing Chan Gailey.
Marrone returned to his alma mater to lead Syracuse after serving for three season as the offensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints. Marrone inherited a team that went 3-9 in 2008 and has taken them to a bowl game twice in four seasons. Syracuse went 8-5 in 2012 with a 38-14 win in the Pinstripe Bowl over West Virginia.