From here on out, the Cleveland Browns have to consider all possible head coaching options without going full Condoleezza Rice again. 


Former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, who was​ fired after the Pack's miserable 20-17 loss at home to the lowly Arizona Cardinals, is now one of the top candidates for all teams looking for a head man.


Per FanSided's Matt Verderame, the Cleveland Browns are already exploring what needs to be done to make McCarthy the lead man at the Dawg Pound.










Former Browns head coach Hue Jackson was fired late in October and defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has stepped up as the interim since. Though his tenure has been admirable, the Browns took a big step back after getting walloped 29-13 by the hottest team in football, the Houston Texans.


McCarthy, who has both coached and clashed with one of the best quarterbacks ever to do it in Aaron Rodgers, could be a better fit for a growing superstar quarterback in Baker Mayfield.

The Browns, who should wait until the offseason to consider all options, may be a little too eager at this point.