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Dan Quinn under consideration for Browns job

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The Cleveland Browns could still hire Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn as their head coach, reports cbssports

The Browns have already interviewed Quinn for the post and are expected to conduct two more interviews this week. 

However, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and team president Joe Banner are expected to interview Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine for the second time this week. 

It's also expected that they will be in contact with Dirk Koetter of the Atlanta Falcons in the next few days as they look to bring their search for a new head coach to an end. 

It remains to be seen as to whether the Browns will interview any other potential candidates, however Quinn could still be in with a chance of landing the position.

Many different names have been discussed in recent time and the Browns will be hoping to finally appoint a new head coach in the near future. 

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