The Browns completed their interview with former Packers coach Mike McCarthy on Thursday.
Sunday, McCarthy interviewed with the Dallas Cowboys.
Apparently, he won’t be leaving for any more interviews.
According to a report from Fox’s NFL analyst Jay Glazer, he’s not leaving Dallas.
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) January 6, 2020
McCarthy has an impressive record at 125-77-2 in 13 years with the Packers, and a Super Bowl ring.
The news comes for the Cowboys less than 12 hours after they parted ways with head coach Jason Garrett.
What’s Next For The Browns?
It was reported that the Browns had a great interview with Mike McCarthy and that he was considered a top candidate for the job.
Now, all eyes will be on another reported top candidate for the job in Josh McDaniels.
Since the Patriots lost the Titans on Saturday, McDaniels was reported to start interviewing with teams on Monday.
Will the McCarthy hire in Dallas accelerate the Browns effort to make McDaniels an offer if he is their guy sooner rather than later?
It is reported that the Patriots do expect Josh McDaniels to leave if he gets an offer to be a head coach.
If McDaniels is the guy for the Browns, the clock is ticking.