Breakfast with Brownie


Good Morning Browns Fans!!!

As most of you saw yesterday, the Browns hired Buffalo Bills linebackers coach Jim O’ Neil, to be their next defensive7799824 coordinator.  O’ Neil, has served under Pettine for five years, four with the New York Jets, and this past year with the Bills.

Also on the defensive side of the ball, the Browns hired Jeff Hafley to be the secondary coach and Brian Fleury is going to be an assistant linebackers coach for the team.  Chuck Driesbach, will be the linebackers coach.  He was fired by the Bills earlier this month. Seems the coaching staff on this side of the ball is starting to take shape.  We are now waiting to see what is going to happen on the offensive side.

The Browns also announced Pettine will retain Chris Tabor to run the special teams.  Tabor is one of the best in the business so finding out the Browns will in fact keep him, is very good news.

Now we wait to see who is going to run the offensive, and quite frankly, we can all agree that is the hire we are all awaiting anxiously…

-MR(@puckelves)

 

Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits

 

Browns may be interested in Raiders QB Coach John DeFilippo

 

Callahan won’t be let out of contact in Dallas

 

Chris Tabor to run STs, other hires announced

 

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

>A sneak peek of Browns new defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil, done by the one and only dawg pound designs!!

 

 

>Fedor gives a nice little list of who is remaining as far as offensive coordinators the Browns may be interested in..

 

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  • Twoodrow

    Another good old boy. Never gonna win. Sell the team. The ghost of Art Modell.

  • Letterman007

    Shanahan and Cavanaugh seem to be up there on the list and I like them both, but Cavanaugh a little better!! Loggains I really don’t know much about? He does have experience with Tennessee> It will be interesting to see this play out as it is so very important at this time and juncture in the Browns future !!!