Found January 19, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
The Cleveland Browns announced on Friday that former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton is now their new defensive coordinator. Horton will replace Dick Jauron, who was not retained by the Browns after Rob Chudzinski was named their new head coach earlier this week. Horton was let go by the Cardinals after reportedly being upset that the organization passed him over for their open head coaching job that eventually went to Bruce Arians on Thursday. Horton had reportedly interviewed twice for position . Prior to taking the job with the Cardinals in 2011, Horton spent seven seasons Read more [...]
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