The Browns made sweeping changes in the coaching staff on Monday by firing head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
With eight games still left in the season, they promoted defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to interim head coach.
Williams has had quite the coaching tenure, including spending the last 28 years in the NFL. Williams knows what it's like to be a head coach. He coached the Buffalo Bills from 2001-03 and was 17-31 in those seasons. His best year came in 2002 when the Bills were 8-8, led by Drew Bledsoe at quarterback.