The Cleveland Browns announced Thursday that they’ve completed their interview with Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski for their head-coaching job.
Adam Schefter reports that the Browns moved up Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski’s head coach interview from Monday to Thursday.
The list of reported interviews for the Browns includes:
- Steelers OL Coach Mike Munchak (Requested)
- Browns interim HC Gregg Williams (Interviewed)
- Browns OC Freddie Kitchens (Scheduled)
- Patriots DC Brian Flores (Scheduled)
- Colts DC Matt Eberflus (Requested)
- Saints assistant HC/TEs coach Dan Campbell (Requested)
- Vikings interim OC Kevin Stefanski (Scheduled)
- Colts OC Nick Sirianni (Requested)
- Former Lions & Colts HC Jim Caldwell (Interviewed)
- Former Packers HC Mike McCarthy (Expected)
Stefanski’s contract with the Vikings is current up, which means he’s free to meet with other teams for offensive coordinator jobs if he wants. The Vikings are reportedly interested in re-signing him to run their offense.
Stefanski, 36, began his NFL coaching career as an operations intern with the Eagles back in 2005. He was later hired by the Vikings as an assistant to head coach a year later.
Since then, Stafanksi has held a number of positions including TEs coach, RBs coach and QBs coach before being promoted to the team’s interim offensive coordinator after they fired John DeFilippo midseason.