Cleveland Browns News: Bruce Arians still campaigning for HC job
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The Cleveland Browns coaching search has been going on for a month and a half now, and there has been no news on anyone the Browns are definitely going to interview.
General manager John Dorsey has done a great job of finding leaks in the front office, with the goal of not letting any information get out to the media.
By doing this, there is a lot of assuming of who the Browns are thinking about interviewing, but there are no concrete answers.
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The only person that the public knows would love to be the Browns head coach is former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians.
In today’s featured article, Arians is continuing to campaign to be the next Browns head coach, but he is not optimistic about the possibility.
Cleveland Browns News
Bruce Arians continues to campaign for Browns job – Daryl Ruiter, 92.3 The Fan
"“I’d love to listen to what Mr. Dorsey and Mr. Haslam have to say,” Arians told Rich Eisen on the Rich Eisen show which airs on AT&T’s Audience Network on DirecTV Thursday afternoon. “I’ve always had this fondness for Cleveland and wanted that job almost every time it came open and never got an interview, so I doubt I’ll get one this time too.”"
It appears that the Browns are going to be looking for a young head coach during this coaching process, so that would almost immediately knock Arians out of the running. However, his work with quarterbacks cannot be denied, and he could be the perfect person to groom Freddie Kitchens into being the next head coach.
Three Browns to watch against the Denver Broncos
The Browns head into Denver in a must-win situation if they want to continue to have a chance at a miracle run into the playoffs. Randy Gurzi looks at three Browns to watch for in Saturday’s match-up.
Myles Garrett believes his excellent season can be better – Pat McManamon, ESPN
"Myles Garrett has 12.5 sacks, tied for third in the NFL (behind Aaron Donald of the Rams and Von Miller of Denver). Garrett is “officially” 1.5 sacks from the Browns’ single-season record, held by Reggie Camp in 1984 but truly held by Bill Glass, who had 14.5 in 1965 — before sacks were tracked."
Despite being double-teamed at a high rate, Myles Garrett has still been able to make his presence felt in the backfield this season. He has said that his goal is to win Defensive Player of the Year, and he has a chance at the award with a strong finish to the season.
Top-five greatest performances by a Cleveland Browns quarterback
It has been a long time since the Browns have had a quarterback play at the level that Baker Mayfield is playing at. Chris Markoch writes about the five greatest performances by a Browns quarterback over the years.