Despite reports that things were heading that way, Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine didn’t walk out of his second interview with the Browns as the new head coach in Cleveland.
That doesn’t mean that he’s out of the running for the lone remaining head coaching vacancy in the NFL, however. Pettine expects to hear more from the Browns on Wednesday.
“I should have some feedback on my interview by the end of the day,” Pettine said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Browns had an interview to do on Wednesday before getting back to Pettine. Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports that the team has already conducted that interview with Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, which is the only other interview scheduled at the moment. The team also reportedly wants to interview Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn for a second time, although hiring him would have to wait until after Seattle faces the Broncos in the Super Bowl.