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IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Rich Bisaccia will interview for the Cleveland Browns' head-coaching vacancy, according to a source.
Bisaccia interviewed with the Washington Redskins, who ultimately hired Jay Gruden, and was linked to the Tennessee Titans' job that went to Ken Whisenhunt.
FoxSports first reported Bisaccia's scheduled interview with the Browns.
Bisaccia finished his first year with the Cowboys and improved the special teams unit in every statistical category. He previously spent nine years as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers special teams coach and also coached running backs in addition to having the associate head coach title. Before joining the Cowboys, he was the San Diego Chargers special teams coach in 2011-12.
The Browns have interviewed a number of coaches since firing Rob Chudzinski but are believed to be waiting to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase until after their playoff run ends.