Josh McDaniels won't be taking the job of head coach at the Cleveland Browns, reports ESPN.
McDaniels, who is currently the New England Patriots offensive coordinator, was under consideration for the role and had met with the Browns for discussions about the role.
However it now appears that he has ruled himself out of consideration for the job, despite enjoying a successful meeting with the Browns.
Even though the offensive coordinator was impressed with the Browns and team owner Jimmy Haslam, it looks as though he's decided to continue with his current role working with superstar Tom Brady at the Patriots.
The search for a new head coach will now continue for the Browns after they previously fired Rob Chudzinski in just his first season in charge after an extremely disappointing spell.
However one man that won't be taking the role is McDaniels, who will now concentrate on the Patriots.