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CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Browns are having a second interview with former Arizona head coach Ken Whisenhunt about their vacancy.
Whisenhunt, who was recently fired after six seasons with the Cardinals, is meeting with the Browns on Thursday.
The 50-year old is the first candidate to have a second interview with the Browns.
The team met with Whisenhunt last week in Arizona.
He went 45-51 in six regular seasons with the Cardinals and led them to one Super Bowl appearance in 2009.
Whisenhunt worked as a special teams coach with the Browns in 1999, when they returned to the NFL as an expansion team.
He also has worked as an assistant with the Ravens (tight ends), Jets (special teams) and Steelers (tight ends and offensive coordinator).
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