Breakfast with Brownie


Good Morning Browns Fans!!!

Well the Super Bowl is all set after yesterday’s Championship games and the Denver Broncos will take on the Seattle Seahawks for the right to raise the Lombardi Trophy.

In Browns town, the coaching search continues with the Browns getting ready to bring Buffalo defensive coordinator

Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam on the sidelines during the second quarter against the Buffalo Bills at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam on the sidelines during the second quarter against the Buffalo Bills at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Pettine back for a second meeting sometime this week.

It is still uncertain whether Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase will accept or decline an interview with the Browns, but unfortunately, it will have to wait at least two more weeks until after the Super Bowl.

Also in that same boat, is Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who also will not be available to interview for the Browns head coaching position, since his Seahawks will be playing for the Lombardi Trophy in two weeks as well.

I’m very curious to see if the Browns move on Pettine before the Super Bowl, or if they will indeed, wait until after the Super Bowl to see if Gase will interview and have a chance to talk to Quinn again as well.

Should be an interesting week in Berea

 

-MR(@puckelves)

 

 

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Breakfast with Brownie

 

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

>Even in a game the Browns aren’t a part of, they are an easy target of ridicule.  Ah, Russell Wilson would have looked great in Orange and Brown!!

 

 

>We shall see if Haslam can land one of these two, or settle on Mike Pettine.  If no coach signing by weeks end, it’s safe to say he will wait until Feb 3rd.

 

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  • Letterman007

    I’m betting on the two week wait! They have taken this long and no reason to hurry now! People are worried about the coordinators, but most of the new coaches elsewhere have theirs in place, so like I said, Haslam will wait to show due diligence and move in and get a coach.There are some fired coaches out there that would make some decent coordinators!

    • Mike

      It is going to be interesting to say the least. I’m curious to see how it plays out. Pettine isn’t going anywhere, since there are no head positions open at this point, so I personally believe the pecking order is…Gase, Quinn and if these two say no or decline, they fall back on Pettine IMO

      • Letterman007

        Gotta agree! But what happens in a scenario of Pettine gets the job and the browns win six games. Does he get the heave ho and we start all over again? Maybe because Gase wanted another year with Manning and now they go after him? Lets face it Pettine probably isn’t their first choice either? It seems Mr. Haslam has put himself and the fans and city between a rock and a hard place!!