Vikings and Browns competing for coaches

Both requested to interview Dan Quinn, Todd Bowles and Adam Gase. Aaron Wilson

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The Minnesota Vikings and Cleveland Browns are both looking to interview a trio of coaches, according to separate reports from ESPN.

Both teams have requested permission to interview Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase.

Gase has reportedly declined to interview for any jobs until after Denver's season is finished.

Quinn could be a similar position, though the Seahawks do have a bye this week, giving him an opportunity to make time for an interview if he wants one.

Bowles' season is over so he can interview at any time, which would inidicate he has a better chance to get the job than Gase or Quinn.

The Browns fired Rob Chudzinski after just one season, to which the franchise finished 4-12. The Vikings let Leslie Frazier go after three full seasons from 2011-2013 and six games as an interim head coach in 2010.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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