Ian Rapoport reports that the Browns are scheduled to interview former Lions OC Jim Bob Cooter for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
This is the first reported interest in Cooter since he and the Lions agreed to part ways last week.
Cooter, 34, began his NFL coaching career with the Colts back in 2009 as an offensive assistant. He had brief stints with the Chiefs and Broncos before the Lions hired him as their QBs coach in 2014.
Detroit promoted Cooter to offensive coordinator during the 2015 season and he’s remained in the role ever since.
In 2018, the Lions’ offense ranked No. 24 in total yards, No. 25 in points scored, No. 23 in rushing yards and No. 20 passing yards.