Last week, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said that he wasn’t thinking about the head-coaching vacancy in Cleveland. And that’s good, since it’s possible that the Browns aren’t thinking about Mornhinweg.
Though multiple reports have placed Mornhinweg on the list of potential candidates, coach Andy Reid said Monday that he has yet to receive a request from the Browns for permission to interview Mornhinweg, who served as head coach of the Lions in 2001 and 2002, exiting with a 5-27 record.
“I would love him to have an opportunity to be a head football coach in this league again,” Reid said, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. “I think he deserves that opportunity.”
In other words, “Come and get him so that I can bring back Brad Childress.”