Browns Consider Keeping Their Interim Coach

UNDATE (AP) -- Browns general manager John Dorsey says interim coach Gregg Williams will be interviewed to be the team's next coach.
Williams took over when Hue Jackson was fired on Oct. 29 after winning three games in two-plus seasons. Dorsey has been pleased with how the team has performed under Williams, their fiery defensive coordinator. The 60-year-old Williams coached Buffalo in 2001-03.
Dorsey said Williams deserves the chance to be considered for the full-time job. The Browns have split their two games under Williams, and Dorsey has been impressed with how the team has been focused and disciplined the past two weeks.
Elsewhere around the NFL:
-- The Bills continued shuffling their roster during their bye week by signing Deonte Thompson. The seventh-year player was released by the Dallas Cowboys a week ago. Thompson returns for his third stint with Buffalo a year after he had 27 catches for 430 yards and a touchdown in 11 games. He also appeared in one game for the Bills in 2014.



 
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