CLEVELAND -- The Super Bowl is set, but the Cleveland Browns' coaching search remains incomplete.
Cleveland's plans to interview Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase, 35, have been further delayed after the Broncos advanced to the Super Bowl with a 26-16 win over New England in Sunday's AFC championship game.
ESPN's Chris Mortenson reports that the Browns want to find out if New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has changed his mind about not leaving the Patriots.
Clearly, McDaniels ranks high on the Browns' list, Mortenson said, though there's no indication anywhere that he might reverse course to coach the Browns.
Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine must have been impressive. The Browns will give him a second interview this week, Mortensen said.
The Browns are interested in Seattle's Dan Quinn and ex-Titans coach Mike Munchak. Quinn's situation has to play out, but Munchak is coveted by the Steelers to be the team's offensive line coach.