BEREA, Ohio — Freddie Kitchens has combined Gregg Williams as candidates to its Cleveland Browns‘ head-coaching opening, general director John Dorsey said Monday.
Williams will interview Tuesday, while Kitchens’ interview hasn’t yet been scheduled.
Dorsey said both earned their interviews with the way that they managed the team as interim coach (Williams) and offensive coordinator (Kitchens). However, Dorsey also said he will run a full and complete seek out a coach.
“We’re going to interview Gregg tomorrow” Dorsey said. “Watch his vision and policy for this company moving forward. Hear his thoughts on the team. However, now I also want to be able to explore multiple options on the market at the National Football League and find out who fits for this company moving ahead.”
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Browns had requested permission to interview New England Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores. There has been a number of reports that former Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy will interview, however Dorsey declined to put into information concerning special candidates.
The Browns ended 53 later Williams and Kitchens took over and won five of their past seven games.