Bob Stoops for their head coach job are false, a league source told cleveland.com.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Saturday that Stoops, the Youngstown native, and New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, the Canton native, are the Browns' top candidates. He also said the Browns were expected to interview Stoops this week.
The club has no plans to talk to Stoops, but did interview McDaniels Saturday in New England.
In addition to Rapoport's report that Stoops is a frontrunner, St. Louis 101 ESPN radio reporter Tony Softli reported this week that Stoops has the inside track for the job. (Cleveland.com)
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