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Lincoln Riley viewed as candidate for Browns' head coach job

30 October 2018

Arguably, the entire coaching staff should be banished, but half the season remains for the 2-5-1 Browns following a 33-18 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Hue Jackson's ignominious run as Cleveland Browns head coach has ended.

The Browns, who have not made the playoffs since 2002, have lost three straight games after a promising start to this season.

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General manager John Dorsey accepted that job previous year with the stipulation that Jackson remain the head coach for the 2018 season, but with Dorsey in place and Mayfield flashing big-time potential, the Browns would be able to compete for the best and brightest head coaching candidates in 2019, something that has not been the case there under the Haslams to this point.

The Browns host the Kansas City Chiefs (7-1) on Sunday.

During Jackson's tenure - since 2016 - the Browns are ranked last in the National Football League in win percentage, offensive efficiency, points per game and total quarterback rating. And even though this is first year as the signal-caller, it sounds like the No. 1 overall pick wasn't all that fond of Jackson, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

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Jackson and Haley had been feuding in recent weeks over the team's offense and it became public following a 26-23 overtime loss at Tampa Bay in which Jackson said after the game he needed to get more involved.

ESPN first reported the move.

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Lincoln Riley viewed as candidate for Browns' head coach job