The Cleveland Browns are trying to search for their next head coach but thus far more names have dropped out of the search then have been linked to the position.
Adam Gase is believed to be the man the Browns are targeting for their head coach vacancy but the 35-year-old is leaning towards another year as the offensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos according to Mrry Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
If this is indeed the case, Gase would join Josh McDaniels who opted to remain in New England as the offensive coordinator of the Patriots.
Gase could see another season with Manning and the Broncos as a way to get more interviews and opportunities for head coaching positions in 2015. The Browns recently let Rob Chudzinski go after just one season. Offensive coordinator Norv Turner has left for Minnesota and defensive coordinator Ray Horton has left for Tennessee.
The Browns will have draft picks No. 4 and No. 26 in this years draft.