GM: Browns not talking to Condoleezza Rice as head coach

GM: Browns not talking to Condoleezza Rice as head coach

GM: Browns not talking to Condoleezza Rice as head coach

A potential interview hardly means the Browns will hire Rice, but they are interested in talking to her about the job and seeing what she could bring to the position and the organization.

She told ESPN in 2015 that she watched an estimated 14 to 15 games every Saturday. "Our coaching search will be thorough and deliberate, but we are still in the process of composing the list of candidates and Secretary Rice has not been discussed".

Rice is a known avid football fan.

However, he said last week that he'd considering hiring a female head coach, so it may still be shattered sooner rather than later.

It is not the first time that the 64-year-old has been linked to a job within the NFL, having previously been tipped to become commissioner of the league.

Condoleeza Rice will not be the next coach of the Cleveland Browns football team. "Those are the three basic things there that I would look for".

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Despite growing up in Alabama, Rice, 64, has been a lifelong Browns fan who has always been as comfortable in sports as she is in politics and academia. "It could be a woman, too".

Still, it's unclear just when we'll see a woman coaching a men's team at the pro level.

Rice served as president George W. Bush's national security advisor from 2001-2005 before serving as secretary of state from 2005-2009.

Condoleezza Rice has held some of the most high-profile roles in American politics - but could she be about to switch her attention to another walk of life?

The Browns have a bye this week and will face Cincinnati next Sunday, when they'll have a reunion sorts with Jackson, who was hired by the Bengals as a special assistant to coach Marvin Lewis.

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