Good Morning Browns Town!!
Well the coaching carousel keeps going round and round, and the Browns have already started to line up some interviews
for the head job.
Yesterday, at the press conference in Berea, the Browns brass tried to explain their reasoning behind the firing of former head coach Rob Chudzinski. As expected, they were met with some tough questions from the media, one asking owner Jimmy Haslam if the three stooges were running the organization. Needless to say, this front office needs to make the correct hire and get it right come draft day in May, or they may be packing their bags as well.
The firing of Chudzinski was pretty surprising after only one year on the job, and the bare cupboard he was given on the offensive side of the ball.
It will be very interesting to see how this hiring process plays out over the next few days and weeks….
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Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam on the coaching change made Sunday night. “We understand the importance of continuity, but I think it’s really important for you to hear this. We also understand the importance of getting it right. … It was best that we make a change, try to get it right so we could move forward and candidly most importantly, give the fans here the kind of winner they deserve.”
Browns president Joe Banner on the coaching change. “I think Jimmy referenced this earlier. I think what should stand out to people is the track record we both have. When we hired Andy Reid in Philadelphia, he won five games the first year. There was no consideration for making a change and we stayed together for 14 years. I think Jimmy referenced his own career background in terms of continuity and the emphasis on it. I think the fact that this didn’t go well doesn’t change the track record we both have in attracting good people, recognizing good people and having continuity once we’ve done that.”
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) December 30, 2013
>This picture about sums it up for Browns fans everywhere!!!
I am hearing that, like Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles may turn down Browns interview
— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) December 31, 2013
>Well if this the case you can cross these two off your head coaching list.
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