The Cleveland Browns are still processing Sunday's stunning loss to the New York Jets.
Cleveland possessed a 99.9 percent win probability when a Nick Chubb touchdown extended its lead to 30-17 with 1:55 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Then just about everything possible went wrong to complete a collapse for the ages.
Cade York missed the extra point, and the defense allowed a 66-yard touchdown to Corey Davis on the second play of the following drive.
But the Browns still could have sealed a victory by recovering the onside kick.
Amari Cooper was the closest Browns player to the kick that Jets cornerback Justin Hardee ultimately recovered.
On Tuesday, per Tom Withers of the Associated Press, the Browns wide receiver took responsibility for not coming up with the ball.
Taking a job in the studio this coming season would also give the 58 year old flexibility to return to NFL coaching sometime in the future if he so desires.