Josh McDaniels is staying with the Patriots.
Unlike a year ago, the Patriots offensive coordinator/weasel let teams know his intentions of remaining in New England before... oh, I don't know... accepting one of their head coaching jobs:
McDaniels interviewed with the Packers, and reportedly had interest from the Browns and Bengals, but chose to stay on Bill Belichick's staff after Green Bay decided to go in a different direction.
A year ago, the 42-year old famously backed out of taking the Colts' job, despite a verbal agreement and the team announcing an introductory press conference. However, everything worked out great for Indianapolis, who lucked into a terrific first-year head coach in Frank Reich and inherited coaches like Matt Eberflus (who had originally signed to be on McDaniels' staff).
At this point, it seems obvious he won't leave until Belichick and/or Tom Brady are done, as long as teams are still interested in his services at that point.