The Jets appear to have settled on a new General Manager after spending several days with Texans director of college scouting Mike Maccagnan, but it doesn’t look like they’re ready to shut down the head coaching search.

Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports that the team will interview Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott for the job on Wednesday. It’s the first interview that McDermott has lined up since the end of the regular season, which may just mean that he opted to wait until the Panthers season came to an end.

McDermott has been the defensive coordinator in Carolina since 2011 and built the unit into one of the best in the league during the 2013 season. They took a step back for much of 2014, but the defense rebounded late in the year and helped pave the way to a second straight NFC South title. Prior to joining the Panthers, McDermott spent more than a decade in Philadelphia as an assistant and eventual successor at defensive coordinator to the late Jim Johnson.