The head coach has interviews lined up with the Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles and Buffalo Bills, according to USA Today. The meetings will take place after Thursday’s game against Kansas State, and will likely continue through the weekend.
Kelly would bring his run-heavy spread attack to the NFL. All three teams have promising young running backs with Trent Richardson in Cleveland, LeSean McCoy in Philadelphia and C.J. Spiller in Buffalo.
Kelly has a career 45-7 record with the Ducks. Prior to serving as head coach at Oregon, he was their offensive coordinator for two years. He was New Hampshire’s offensive coordinator from 1999 to 2006 before coming to Eugene, Ore.