The Cleveland Browns on Thursday interviewed Jacksonville Jaguars assistant head coach/offensive line coach Doug Marrone for the team's head coach opening.
Marrone is the third candidate to be interviewed. Detroit defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase met with the search committee Wednesday.
Marrone met with the Browns' five-person search committee, which includes owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam, executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown, chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta and Korn/Ferry International consultant Jed Hughes.
Doug Marrone - Jaguars assistant head coach/offensive line coach
Hometown: Bronx, New York
NFL experience: 10 years (13 in college)
2015-present: Jacksonville Jaguars (assistant head coach/offensive line)
2013-14: Buffalo Bills (head coach)
2009-12: Syracuse (head coach)
2006-08: New Orleans Saints (offensive coordinator)
2002-05: New York Jets (offensive line coach)
2001: University of Tennessee (tight ends/offensive tackles coach)
2000: University of Georgia (offensive line coach)
1997-99: Georgia Tech (offensive line coach)
1996: Georgia Tech (tight ends coach)
1994: Northeastern (offensive line coach)
1993: Coast Guard (offensive line coach)
1992: Cortland State (tight ends coach)