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With new ownership and a fresh approach taking over the front office of the NFL'sCleveland Browns, is there a chance a new era of football could be led by one of the biggest names in college football? Rumors are starting to spread (they have since been denied) the Browns may be interested in targeting Alabama head coach Nick Saban, who was an assistant with the team from 1991 through 1994. Saban would make sense to be included on a short list for the Browns, as Saban has shown to be a successful coach with three BCS championship rings and a good chance to add a fourth this season. Saban has been on NFL sidelines three separate times, first with the Houston Oilers in 1988 and 1989 as a defensive backs coach, followed by four seasons as a defensive coordinator under Bill Bellichik and most recently with the Miami Dolphins as a head coach for just two seasons. After leading LSU to a BCS title in 2004 Saban accepted the offer to become the head coach of the Dolphins. After two dis...
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