The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Kevin Stefanski proving his leadership as head coach.
Kevin Stefanski won the Cleveland Browns head coaching job this offseason because he is an intelligent coach and is tremendous at communicating his plan. He also has been viewed as a player’s coach.
It is important for players to have a relationship with their head coach and believe they can trust him on and off the field with anything a player may be dealing with. If a coach does not have the trust of the locker room, his job will become much more difficult and nearly impossible to succeed.
Since being named the Browns head coach, Stefanski has shown the intelligence and communication skills that helped him earn the Browns head coach job. He has also shown glimpses of his leadership, but that aspect of his coaching ability is starting to see the light of day more and more.
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Today’s featured article explains how Stefanski is already proving his leadership as the head coach and why that will be important once the team is able to come together for the season.
Cleveland Browns News
"Stefanski, however, has been thrown curveballs bigger than football. In fact, how they impact football is secondary, at best. It appears, from afar, he is managing these curveballs in both the context of football but also in the context of respecting the people affected and their responses."
During the head coaching search, the Browns stated they wanted to find a strong leader more than a person can excel with their game plans. With all of the difficulties the world is facing right now, Stefanski is showing he will stand strong next to his players and that he will do everything he can to help them in any facet.
The Cleveland Browns seem to have hired a strong defensive coordinator in Joe Woods, as he appears ready to excel as Cleveland’s defensive coordinator. However, Grant Puskar wonders just how full will Woods’ plate be in terms of managing the defense in 2020.
"The Cleveland Browns were one of the most active teams this offseason, signing a pair of key starters offensively while retooling their defense with a series of short-term deals. They also hope they just drafted their franchise left tackle with the 10th overall pick, as well as a host of potential future starters defensively."
There is no doubt the Cleveland Browns are loaded on the offensive side of the ball in 2020, and running back and wide receiver are certainly the two position groups that stand out the most. However, with a young defense on the other side of the ball, the Browns may just need all of those weapons to put enough points on the board to win games this season.
The Browns made a flurry of moves this offseason, building depth across the board and adding to each position group. However, Hank Kilburn which Browns starters in 2019 could be in trouble this season with all of the new additions.