Browns likely to interview Teryl Austin, among others

With Mike Pettine set to coach his final game in Cleveland, attention will quickly shift to the next man to take his crack at the Browns’ gig.

Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that among those expected to be interviewed are defensive coordinator , offensive coordinator Adam Gase and former coach Doug Marrone.

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Austin is a hot candidate after leading a top-five defensive unit in 2014. After losing Ndamukong Suh and star linebacker this season, Austin’s unit struggled early, but has solidified down the stretch. Austin has shown the ability to game plan against top offenses and his halftime adjustments have been on point. Austin is highly thought of in coaching circles and the Browns’ gig likely won’t be the only interview he’ll take.

Gase was high on many coaching lists last season and the same will be true this offseason. The Bears offensive coordinator turned down an opportunity to interview with the Browns two years ago before Pettine was hired. After earning praise for his work with the previous two years in Denver, Gase has received acclaim for creating a productive Jay Cutler. Gase has designed game plans to protect Cutler from himself. A team with a shaky quarterback situation, like Cleveland, could view Gase as the best option to handle the NFL’s most important position.

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Marrone was a popular candidate last offseason after he opted out of his contract in Buffalo. When the music stopped on the coaching carousel, however, Marrone was left without a seat. He has spent the season coaching the offensive line in Jacksonville. The former head coach remains well thought of in some circles, despite the smear job that emanated from New York last season. Marrone led a Bills team to a 9-7 record last season. has taken the same squad to 7-8.

Whoever ends up taking over the Browns’ coaching gig, history will not be on his side.

As Around The NFL’s Conor Orr points out, Cleveland has not had a coach finish his tenure with a winning record since Marty Schottenheimer in 1988. No coach has lasted more than 65 games since Bill Belichick in 1995.

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The maltreated Cleveland fans hope the Browns will finally get one right.

Hitner’s looking for work.

The Browns announced Saturday they have terminated the contract of Donte Whitner. The strong safety played two seasons in Cleveland, and becomes the seventh starter to depart from the team this offseason.

“It is important for us to thank Donte for all of his contributions to the Cleveland Browns over the last two seasons,” Browns executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown said in a statement. “His passion for this city and dedication to his craft was contagious. These are difficult decisions to make but we felt it was the best decision for the Browns at this time. We wish him the best as he continues his career.”

Whitner, a Cleveland native, was second on the team in tackles last season and earned a Pro Bowl trip in 2014. The 30-year-old took to Twitter after receiving word of his release.

The Browns have now cut ties with both of their leading tacklers from 2015 — inside linebacker Karlos Dansby was also let go. Offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz, wide receiver Travis Benjamin, inside linebacker Craig Robertson, center Alex Mack and safety Tashaun Gipson all left in free agency.

In other Browns news, the team released cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, a seventh-round pick last year who is attempting to come back from a serious knee injury suffered before his final college game with Oregon.