Perusing the Wisconsin newspapers today... the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that the Brewers have not settled on Dale Sveum as their manager. While Sveum is still in consideration for the gig, Brewers GM is considering a few others, all of whom have major league managerial experience.
According to the article
That group could include Bob Brenly, former manager in Arizona now a TV broadcaster for the Cubs; Willie Randolph, fired by the Mets during the 2008 season; Davey Johnson, who managed Team USA in the Olympics; and Mike Hargrove, who stepped down in Seattle this year citing "burnout."
While Brenly had just signed an extention to continue in his role as Cubs TV commentator its very likely that such a deal would allow him an out if he is offered a managerial job.
We have no idea if Brenly is simply speculation or if the writer has some inside info as to who is being considered. The phrase "that group could include..." makes it seem as though the writer is listing the usual names.