Monday January 12th, 2015

Chan Gailey, previously the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, is currently under consideration for the offensive coordinator position with the Cleveland Browns, according to Alex Marvez of

Gailey could also find an offensive coordinator position alongside current Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles if Bowles is hired as a head coach, reports Mike Garafolo of

Gailey worked with Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer in Kansas City in 2008, when Farmer was the Chiefs' director of pro personnel and Gailey was the team's offensive coordinator.

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Marc Trestman, Al Saunders and John DeFillipo have also been mentioned as candidates for the coordinator position in Cleveland.

Gailey has been out of the league since 2012, after being fired by the Buffalo Bills after that season. Gailey was 16-32 as head coach in Buffalo, finishing 6-10 in each of his final two seasons. He was also head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1998 to 1999, finishing the two-year stint with an 18-14 record.

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He has also served as offensive coordinator with the Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos.

In 2014, the Browns were 27th in the league with 18.7 points per game and 23rd with 324.6 yards per game.

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