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Age / DOB:  (36) / 3/29/1978
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Speaking Tuesday, Broncos OC Adam Gase told reports "it just wasn't the right time" for him to become a head coach.
Gase said he wanted to focus on the Super Bowl, and has put all head coaching opportunities on the "backburner." Gase did hint he may have jumped if a better opportunity than the Browns or Vikings had been on the table. With every head coaching job sewn up already, Gase will certainly be back with the Broncos in 2014, but another successful season should give the talented OC his pick of the head coaching litter next offseason. Jan 28 - 7:56 PM

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Broncos OC Adam Gase has withdrawn his name from the Browns head-coaching search.

Not a surprise. Reports all along have been that Gase planned to remain with the Broncos through 2014. He called the Browns and informed them that he's going to focus on the Super Bowl, and they can move on without him. It never really made sense for Gase, 35, to go to a dysfunctional organization like Cleveland after just one season of OC experience. The Browns will now likely set their sights on Seahawks DC Dan Quinn and Bills DC Mike Pettine, but we really have no idea where this search is headed. The Browns don't seem to, either.
Jan 21 - 11:19 AM

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Broncos OC Adam Gase is leaning toward remaining with Denver next season instead of taking the Browns' head-coaching job.

Gase is expected to interview with the Browns after he's eliminated from the playoffs, but reportedly loves his job and "relishes the idea" of spending a second season as Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator. It's a similar situation to Josh McDaniels, who withdrew his name from Cleveland's head-coaching search earlier this month. Gase, 35, is currently the NFL’s fourth-youngest offensive coordinator and may not be ready to run a team. The Plain Dealer suggests he could wait until next year before making the leap to head coach.
Jan 18 - 1:37 PM

Sources tell the Denver Post that the Browns are waiting on a chance to interview Broncos OC Adam Gase before hiring a head coach.

The Browns' interest in Gase is the worst kept secret in the league right now. The Cleveland Plain Dealer and the NFL Network have both previously reported that he's the top target, and that the Browns are just waiting for the Broncos' playoff run to end so they can stage an interview. Unlike new Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt, Gase is not interviewing while his team is alive. If Denver makes the Super Bowl, the Browns won't be able to talk to their man until Feb. 3 at the earliest.
Source: Denver Post
Jan 14 - 9:06 AM

A source tells the Cleveland Plain Dealer that "several colleagues" are warning Broncos OC Adam Gase against taking the Browns' head-coaching job after Rob Chudzinski went one-and-done in Cleveland.

There are indications CEO Joe Banner, GM Mike Lombardi, and owner Jimmy Haslam are not "on the same page," per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora has reported that Gase is the Browns' new primary head-coaching target, after Patriots OC Josh McDaniels turned them down. Gase is not expected to interview for top-job vacancies until after Denver's playoff run.
Jan 13 - 1:52 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns appear to have "all eyes on" Broncos OC Adam Gase for their head-coaching vacancy.

Cleveland has been chugging along, interviewing a bevy of candidates, but it may not make a hire until it gets a chance to talk to Gase. That's not going to happen until the Broncos are bounced from the playoffs -- or win the Super Bowl -- as Gase has said he's not going to do interviews until then. The Browns seem to prefer an offensive mind, believing the "rest will take care of itself" on defense. Packers QBs coach Ben McAdoo is also on the Browns' radar.
Jan 12 - 9:52 AM

The Vikings have requested permission to interview Broncos OC Adam Gase for their head-coaching vacancy.

Gase has declined to interview with interested teams until after the Broncos' playoff run. While he's probably going to be a hot name, it's hard to see Gase scoring a head-coaching gig after just one season of coordinating experience. And that came in an offense led by Peyton Manning.
Tue, Dec 31, 2013 09:58:00 AM

Broncos OC Adam Gase has "made it clear" to interested teams that he prefers to wait to interview for head-coaching vacancies until after Denver's playoff run.

The Browns have been linked to Gase via the rumor mill, but we suspect he's on the lower end of a totem pole that includes Josh McDaniels and Bill O'Brien. Gase is a 35-year-old coming off his first year as an NFL offensive coordinator. While he is undoubtedly a bright young mind, Gase lacks a non-Peyton Manning track record on which to stand as a serious head-coach candidate.
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 03:21:00 PM

According to the Denver Post, the Browns have "inquired about interviewing" Broncos OC Adam Gase for their head-coaching vacancy.

Gase joins Patriots OC Josh McDaniels as a rumored candidate to replace Rob Chudzinski. The list will surely grow. Only 35, Gase has just one year of coordinating experience at the NFL level. We'd consider him a long-shot to get the nod in Cleveland.
Source: Denver Post
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 01:35:00 PM

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