Todd Bowles, who led Arizona to the sixth-best defense in the NFL this season in terms of yards allowed per game, will interview for the Browns' head coaching job, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
Bowles, who was also scheduled to interview with the Vikings, has been a defensive coach in the NFL since 2000, including a stint with the Browns from 2001-04. He was the Eagles' defensive coordinator in 2012 before getting hired by the Cardinals.
After Tony Sparano was fired by the Dolphins in 2011, Bowles went 2-1 as interim head coach.
The Browns will reportedly also interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
#Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles will interview with the Cleveland #Browns for their head coach opening tomorrow. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 2, 2014