As the Giants look to fill out the rest of their Joe Judge's staff, the Browns have made a move to hire one of their targets to coach the offensive line.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports that Bill Callahan is expected to be announced as Cleveland's offensive line coach. Callahan's interest in the role with the Giants may have waned after the team hired Jason Garrett as its offensive coordinator.
Callahan was on Garrett's staff with the Cowboys from 2012-2014, and was the team's offensive primary play caller in 2013, but was stripped of those duties before his final season in Dallas.
Callahan was the Redskins assistant head coach and offensive line coach before taking over as interim head coach for the final 11 games of the 2019 season.
The Giants have an interview lined with Dave DeGuglielmo on Tuesday, who began his NFL career with the Giants as an assistant offensive line coach. Since then, he's been an offensive line coach with five different NFL teams, including a stint with the Patriots during which he coached alongside Judge.
DeGugliemo spent 2017 with the Dolphins before joining the Colts staff the following season, then returned to head up the Dolphins' offensive line once again in 2019. He also served as the Dolphins offensive line coach from 2009-2011.