Gregg Williams, Cleveland Browns
Gregg Williams (60), who was hired by the Cleveland Browns as defensive coordinator prior to the 2017 season, was named interim head coach on Oct. 29, 2018 after the Browns fired head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Williams has previous experience as a head coach with the Buffalo Bills, where he compiled a record of 17-31 in three seasons (2001-03). He is a veteran defensive coordinator known for his aggressive, attacking 4-3 schemes. Williams was part of the Tennessee Titans staff that lost in Super Bowl XXXIV and part of the New Orleans Saints staff that won Super Bowl XLIV.
Williams’ NFL career started as special teams coach with the Houston Oilers in 1990. He was promoted to linebackers coach in 1994 and, when they became the Tennessee Oilers/Titans in 1997, he became defensive coordinator. After his head coaching stint with the Bills, Williams was defensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins (2004-07), Jacksonville Jaguars (2008), Saints (2009-11), and St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams (2012, 2014-16).