Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski brings on a familiar face
The Cleveland Browns continue to build on their staff, hire former Vikings QB coach Kevin Rogers as a senior offensive assistant.
With new head coach Kevin Stefanski coming into town, adding faces he has seen before is a great sign as he will be bringing in someone he is comfortable with.
The Browns hired former Vikings QB coach Kevin Rogers to the staff as a senior offensive assistant on Thursday.
Rogers was the quarterbacks coach from 2006-2010 for the Vikings. One of the quarterbacks he was able to coach during the time? Hall-of-fame quarterback Brett Favre.
Current Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has a very long way to go, but don’t forget that during draft season and before the Browns selected Mayfield No. 1 overall, he was compared to Favre a lot when it comes to similarities in their game, making this pretty interesting and exciting.
After Rogers was the quarterbacks coach for multiple years with the Vikings, he went back to college ball to coach at Boston College, Temple, and Willian & Mary.
Stefanski and Rogers have already worked together before in the past, so it is going to be very interesting to see what role Rogers will play in this offense under Stefankski’s new system. With the experience not only for many years, as his coaching years date all the way back to 1974, but having coached a hall-of-fame quarterback before is only going to help Mayfield grow and become a better athlete.
Stefanski seems to be rounding off his staff pretty well, and only time will tell so we can see just how well rounded the staff is.