FOX Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer reported on Thursday the Browns have set up an interview with Dallas special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia for Saturday. Bisaccia interviewed with Washington before they hired Jay Gruden.
On Thursday the Browns were set to interview Buffalo defensive coordinator Mike Pettine for their coaching vacancy. Pettine is the seventh candidate the Browns have talked to, but only the third that appears to be in the running, four if you count Bisaccia.
The Browns have interviewed Pettine, Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, Arizona defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, Green Bay quarterback coach Ben McAdoo, former Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak and Ken Whisenhunt, who has since accepted replaced Munchak in Tennessee.
Bowles and McDaniel pulled out of the running, McAdoo decided to accept the offensive coordinator position with the Giants. Quinn, Munchak and Pettine are the only candidates they have hired that are still available to hire. Bisaccia would join that group if he does interview.
The Browns are believed to be waiting on the chance to interview Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase. The 35 year old has said he will not interview with anybody until Denver's season is over. The Broncos play New England in the AFC Championship game on Sunday.