Fewell to meet with Browns; O'Hara pulls out of Pro Bowl

January, 7, 2011
The Cleveland Browns will meet with Perry Fewell next week according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot.

Fewell already met with Carolina general manager Marty Hurney and team president Danny Morrison in New York on Thursday according to the Charlotte Observer.

And Fewell is scheduled to head to Denver for an interview with new Broncos boss John Elway on Sunday.

Fewell has been described as a serious candidate for the Panthers and Browns jobs. The 49ers had asked for permission to talk to Fewell but the latest report is that they have hired Jim Harbaugh.


Center Shaun O'Hara has pulled out of the Pro Bowl since he will undergo surgery. O'Hara had ankle and foot injuries and played in just six games this season. Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil will take his roster spot on the NFC Pro Bowl team.
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