Kyle Shanahan will have a chance to interview for yet another offensive coordinator job.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Shanahan will meet with the Browns about their offensive coordinator role on Wednesday.
Shanahan has six years of experience as an offensive coordinator. He held the job in Washington the previous four seasons (2010-2013).
The Browns are seeking an offensive coordinator to replace Norv Turner, who took a similar role in Minnesota after Cleveland fired head coach Rob Chudzinski at the end of the regular season.
Shanahan has previously interviewed with Miami and Baltimore for coordinator’s jobs, but both clubs hired other candidates.