Kevin Stefanski was named the 18th full-time head coach in Cleveland Browns history on January 13, 2020. He spent the previous 14 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, where he moved up the coaching ladder from assistant to the head coach to offensive coordinator.
Stefanski joined the Vikings in 2006 as an assistant to the head coach and remained with the organization under three different head coaches. After serving as assistant quarterbacks coach from 2009-13, Stefanski spent two seasons (2014-15) coaching the tight ends and one season (2016) as running backs coach. From 2017-18, he coached the quarterbacks and added the role of interim offensive coordinator for the final three games before being named the team's offensive coordinator in 2019.