Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles doesn't want to be considered for the Cleveland Browns job, reports cbssports.
Bowels has now joined Josh McDaniels in ruling himself out of contention for the Browns head coaching position.
It was only last week that Patriots offensive coordinator McDaniels decided the time wasn't right to make the move and now Bowles has opted to do the same.
The Browns will be desperate to secure the services of a full-time coach in the near future having previously fired Rob Chudzinski after just one season in charge.
But one man that certainly won't be taking over is Bowles, no one is yet sure as to why he's ruled himself out of contention for the job.
The Browns will now have to turn their attentions elsewhere with the likes of Mike Munchak and Dan Quinn reportedly under consideration.
Who do you think should take over at the Browns and can they succeed?