With Kyle Shanahan out in Cleveland, take a look at some of the potential candidates to be his replacement as Browns offensive coordinator, as reported by FOX Sports' Alex Marvez.
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The Youngstown native has been the Raiders quarterbacks coach since 2012 but never served as an offensive coordinator.
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Gailey brings decades of college and NFL coaching experience to the table. He has been out of the coaching business since being fired by the Bills following the 2012 season.
The 67-year-old is currently the Raiders' senior offensive assistant. Saunders compiled a 17-22 record as the head coach of the Chargers from 1986 to 1988. He's served as an NFL offensive coordinator three times since 2001.
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After racking up accolades - and a couple championships - in the CFL, Trestman lasted only two seasons as head coach of the Chicago Bears. Trestman worked with Bernie Kosar first as the Browns' quarterbacks coach, then offensive coordinator in the 19888 and 1989 seasons.
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ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Tuesday the Browns had requested an interview with Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn. Since retiring in 2000, Lynn has been part of five different coaching staffs, including the Browns as running backs coach during the 2007 and 2008 seasons.