The Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns will interview Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey for their vacant head coaching position this week.
Mularkey said he will speak with both teams "at the end of the week." Mularkey previously coached the Buffalo Bills and has been an offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh and Miami, as well. He has been with the Falcons since 2008.
The Falcons have a bye this week after earning the top seed in the NFC playoffs
Denver announced via its official Twitter account Tuesday that Mularkey would be interviewed Friday in Atlanta.
John Elway will be introduced as the Broncos' new chief football executive this week, and he'll interview Denver interim coach Eric Studesville for the full-time job next week.
Studesville was promoted from running backs coach when Josh McDaniels was fired a month ago.
The Browns are looking for their fifth coach since 1999 after Eric Mangini was fired. Team president Mike Holmgren began a wide search on Monday, just hours after firing Mangini, who went 10-22 in two seasons.