CLEVELAND — Bounced from New York, Ben McAdoo might get a new opportunity with the Browns.

McAdoo, who was fired as Giants coach in December after going 2-10 and benching star quarterback Eli Manning, is interviewing Tuesday to be the offensive coordinator for Cleveland Coach Hue Jackson.

The 40-year-old McAdoo is meeting with GM John Dorsey and Jackson, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the team is not confirming any coaching interviews.

Jackson is still considering whether to bring on a coordinator after handling those duties the past two seasons. But after going 0-16, Jackson said he was open to handing over play-calling duties and McAdoo has done that in the past.

STEELERS: Todd Haley’s contract as the offensive coordinator is up.

And Coach Mike Tomlin doesn’t sound as if he’s in a rush to decide whether Haley will be back next season.

Tomlin sidestepped several attempts to endorse Haley’s return as he continued to dissect what went wrong in an upset home playoff loss to Jacksonville. Asked if he anticipated any changes to his staff, Tomlin demurred.

“I don’t know where these roads are going to lead,” Tomlin said.

“Some contracts are up. Some aren’t. I’m not ready to discuss that.”

Haley just finished his sixth season with the Steelers and has helped design one of the NFL’s most dynamic offenses.

JAGUARS: Running back Leonard Fournette escaped injury after what authorities say was a minor, three-car crash.

The team said its star running back’s car was rear-ended about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, and that he was not hurt.

PANTHERS: Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he is interested in becoming a minority owner with the NFL’s Carolina Panthers.

Earnhardt told The Associated Press he was not asked by local businessmen Felix Sabates to join a potential ownership group, but said he did contact Marcus Smith, the CEO of Speedway Motorsports, to say he’d be interested.

Current Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announced in December he’s selling the team.