Kitchens, Stefanski finalists for Browns job

Kitchens, Stefanski finalists for Browns job

Kitchens, Stefanski finalists for Browns job

One name that could return is special teams coordinator Amos Jones, who spent time with Kitchens in Arizona on the Cardinals.

ESPN's Chris Mortenson was first to report the hire.

Vacant NFL head coaching positions across the league are quickly filling up. Kitchens, who was a three-year starting quarterback at Alabama, wasn't afraid to be creative as he used wide receiver Jarvis Landry on running plays and to throw passes, and he got major production from rookie running back Nick Chubb, left tackle Greg Robinson and receiver Breshad Perriman - three players under-utilized by Jackson and Haley.

Under Haley, rookie quarterback and No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft Baker Mayfield was 1-4 as a starter while completing 58.3 percent of his passes for 1,471 yards with 8 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.

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Kitchens was one of several candidates to interview for the job, and in recent days it became clear that he was an inner-circle candidate along with Minnesota Vikings interim offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski. They went 5-3 down the stretch under interim head coach Gregg Williams. Ken Whisenhunt was the head coach for most of the years that Kitchens was in Arizona, and he would be considered for the job, except that he is now running a pretty successful offense in Los Angeles for the Chargers. They (Dorsey) know me well enough.

The Browns fired Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley after a 2-5-1 start.

Kitchens was the last candidate to interview for the head coaching vacancy, which came Monday, January 7. I'm not going to get involved. Jones is a Bruce Arians disciple. The Browns also interviewed former Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, Saints tight ends coach Dan Campbell, Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, and Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores for the job.

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