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By TOM WITHERS
CLEVELAND (AP) The Cleveland Browns have received permission to interview Houston quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan to be their offensive coordinator.
Texans coach Bill O'Brien confirmed Cleveland's interest in Ryan on Tuesday, a day after Browns coach Hue Jackson said he would consider hiring a coordinator after handling the play-calling duties over the past two seasons.
Jackson went 0-16 this season and is 1-31 with the Browns, but is being kept by owner Jimmy Haslam.
The 45-year-old Ryan spent last season working with rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson, who was having a Pro Bowl-caliber season before tearing a knee ligament.
Cleveland owns the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft and will likely use it to select a quarterback. The Browns passed on a chance to draft Watson last season and traded the No. 12 pick to the Texans, who nabbed the former Clemson star.
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Updated January 2, 2018