Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan will be leaving the team after just one season with them.
The Cleveland Browns had a promising start to their season as they were 7-4 at one point, and they appeared to be a legitimate playoff contender despite having Brian Hoyer as their starting quarterback.
The offense also had to deal without wide receiver Josh Gordon for the majority of the season, and rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel did not pan out as the team had hoped.
The Browns and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan mutually agreed to part ways, and he is reportedly interviewing for the Buffalo Bills head coaching job.
His father, Mike, is also in the mix. They worked together with the Washington Redskins, so they may choose to reunite in Buffalo.
NFL on ESPN released the news on Twitter.
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 8, 2015