Browns eyeing Condoleezza Rice for head coach candidate

State Condoleezza Rice talks with the media after visiting with the Cleveland Browns coaches and players at the Browns training facility in Berea Ohio. Browns general manager John

State Condoleezza Rice talks with the media after visiting with the Cleveland Browns coaches and players at the Browns training facility in Berea Ohio. Browns general manager John

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's used to tackling tough issues at the White House, but can Condoleezza Rice do the same in the NFL? Gregg Williams is now serving as the team's interim head coach after the dismissal of Hue Jackson.

Browns general manager John Dorsey did mention last week he would be open to interviewing a woman for the head coaching job.

The interview process could even lead to Rice becoming more involved in the organization in an official capacity or as a consultant.

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"She's an awesome person", a Browns source told Schefter.

Rice is a lifelong Browns fan, and has been frequently seen visiting with Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam.

If a homeless person was qualified to tell the Browns to draft Johnny Manziel, is a former United States Secretary of State qualified to coach the team? There also has been speculation that the 64-year-old Alabama native one day could become National Football League commissioner. Rice was Secretary of State from 2005-09 under George W. Bush and has since become a member of the College Football Playoff Committee and chairs the Commission on College Basketball.

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