So as most of you know by now, New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel’s has withdrew his name from consideration for the Browns head coaching position.
This news will definitely be a blessing for some Browns fans, who were praying that McDaniel’s didn’t get the Browns
head coaching position. For others, it will be a disappointment, considering he was probably the biggest name on the coaching candidate list.
We can finally put the Belichick tree behind us once again, considering none of the other candidates in the running are disciples of New England head coach Bill Belichick.
As most of you read this morning in Breakfast with Brownie, Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo seems like he could be the leading candidate to end up with the job.
Browns President Joe Banner is not at all a stranger to hiring basically unknown candidates in his NFL tenure. It was 14 years ago, that he hired a relatively unknown quarterbacks coach from Green Bay named Andy Reid, who took his team to the Super Bowl and went to four straight NFC Championship games in his time in Philadelphia.
If history is any type of indicator, look for Joe Banner and company to make McAdoo the next head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
Are we saying it’s definitely gonna happen? No. However, as the saying goes, if the shoe fits…
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