This Coach Turned Down The Cleveland Browns’ Job

The Cleveland Browns will reportedly name offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens as head coach of the team. More

The Cleveland Browns will reportedly name offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens as head coach of the team. More

Elway has famously been unable to figure out his franchise's quarterback since Peyton Manning retired following the 2015 season.

Though the team has yet to announce it, there are several reports that Freddie Kitchens will be the new head coach for the Cleveland Browns.

Todd Monken, who is now in the running for the offensive coordinator position job for the Browns, has a few job offers that he might want to consider.

For one season (2006), worked as the tight ends coach for the Dallas Cowboys under head coach Bill Parcells.

An Alabama native who played quarterback at the University of Alabama, he coached at four colleges before entering the National Football League coaching ranks in 2006 with the Dallas Cowboys as tight ends coach.

Kitchens remained with the Cardinals until 2017; he coached the quarterbacks from 2013-16, and the running backs in his final season. They ended the year 5-3 and scored below 20 points just twice - it happened four times in the first eight games under Haley.

The interim head coach, Gregg Williams, meanwhile, lost out on both the top job and his defensive coordinator job, being fired Wednesday, according to ESPN. Kubiak, the former Broncos coach who led them to Super Bowl 50 before retiring, was likely always going to be forced upon the next Denver head coach (and for good reason).

McCarthy is now reportedly focused on the New York Jets' job, telling other teams that it's the only job he'll consider.