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Former Browns guard John Wooten, who is the chairman of the Fritz Pollard Alliance, which promotes minority hiring in the NFL, confirmed the development. Ray is more than capable,” Wooten said in a phone interview. “He’s ready to be a general manager. He needed a little more experience, and he got that in Cleveland. He’s ready to go.”
In other news yesterday, the Browns confirmed they will interview former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt on Saturday afternoon.
Whisenhunt interviewed twice last year with the Browns for the then vacant head coaching position. It’s a rather bizarre move considering the Browns brass said they were not gonna interview anyone from last year’s search. This news came on the heels of New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel’s withdrawing from consideration earlier this week.
So..with the Browns still without a Captain, the coaching search continues into the weekend….
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Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
— ryan (@RyInCBus) January 10, 2014
>And as Ryan states it has begun….Keep Farmer in Cleveland and get rid of Lombardi is the cry!!! Depending on your allegiance, it’s really not a bad idea!!
— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) January 9, 2014
>Former VP of personnel for the Dallas Cowboys believes Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase would be a great choice for the Browns to hire as their new coach. Check out this article he wrote about Gase a few months back…
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