Ben McAdoo, who is still licking his wounds after a tough exit from the Giants, is interviewing for the Browns' vacant offensive coordinator position, Cleveland.com reported Tuesday.
McAdoo worked with the new Browns general manager, John Dorsey with the Packers an offensive assistant from 2006-12. Dorsey left the Packers in 2013 to become the general manager in Kansas City, while McAdoo stayed in Green Bay one more season before becoming the offensive coordinator and eventually head coach in New York.
The Browns finished 24th in total offense and 32nd in points per game in 2017. But Cleveland has a handful of young offensive weapons and two of the top four picks in the next draft, which makes it an intriguing opening that could Help McAdoo forget his difficult tenure with the Giants.