Could Bruce Arians be the man to take over for Mike McCarthy in Green Bay and lead the Packers to their next Super Bowl?
No chance in hell, Arians says.
While speaking with national talk show host Zach Gelb, the former Cardinals head man reiterated that his main focus on a potential comeback to the sidelines would be with the Browns and no one else.
Really, he'd pass on the chance to coach Aaron Rodgers? Apparently.
Just talked to former @AZCardinals HC Bruce Arians (@BruceArians). Will play the entire interview tonight when I’m in for @AfterHoursCBS on @CBSSportsRadio. BA told me he has no interest in the #Packers job. He reiterates that he is only interested in the #Browns job. #NFL pic.twitter.com/ilxhuOgeZb— Zach Gelb (@ZachGelb) December 4, 2018
Arians retired after last season with the Cardinals, but has been open in saying he'd like to coach once again, but in Cleveland.
While many would think the Browns would be an awful job, they're looking like a new team this season with Baker Mayfield and Co. looking great on offense. New GM John Dorsey has changed the culture of the Browns, and with Hue Jackson fired, Arians could help take them over the top.
Arians' future in coaching is completely up in the air right now, but we do know for sure is he won't be donning a cheesehead soon.