The former head coach for the Minnesota Vikings will be the Browns' new offensive coordinator. As of Friday afternoon, the team had yet to officially announce the move. Childress also interviewed for the Tampa Bay Buccaneer's head-coaching position. The 55-year-old was fired from the Vikings in November 2010.
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Childress suggests he's interested in Bucs job
It looks like former Vikings coach Brad Childress is eager to get back as the head coach of an NFL team. He's considered one of many finalists for the Tampa Bay head coaching job and he told a Buccaneers fan blog Thursday evening that it would be "a good job."
Report: Childress likely to be named Browns' offensive coordinator
The Cleveland Browns have reportedly narrowed their search for an offensive coordinator down to two names -- Brad Childress and Mike Sherman. Sherman is expected to take a job with the Dolphins, so it could be a matter of days before the Browns hire Childress to run its offense, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Report: Colts want to interview Childress
Ex-Vikings head coach Brad Childress is looking more and more like a hot commodity on the coaching market. He's made it clear he's interested in Tampa Bay's head coaching job, and now NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora is reporting that Indianapolis wants to interview Childress about its vacant head coaching position.
Ex-Vikings coach Brad Childress awaits the right coaching opportunity
Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress tells the Star Tribune that he misses "being around" football. Minnesota fired Childress after 13-games last season and he hasn't coached since. He says "when you've always been working for 33 years in the fall, you know, you miss it."
Brad Childress quits coaching job 1 month before season begins
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Chilly in Florida? Ex-Vikings coach to interview for Bucs job
Brad Childress is set to interview for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coaching job. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Marty Schotteheimer and Wade Phillips are also in the mix.
Childress doesn't want to look back at possible Saints' bounty system
Brad Childress doesn't want to look back at the 2009 NFC Championship game in which the Saints allegedly put a bounty on Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. Childress, the current offensive coordinator of the Browns, says the NFL is a "forward-looking business" and the league "did what they needed to do."
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