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According to reports, Rob Chudzinski will become the Cleveland Browns' new head coach, leaving the Carolina Panthers, where he was offensive coordinator for two years.
Reports on Thursday night indicate that the Cleveland Browns will name Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski as their new head coach.
The new was announced by both the NFL Network's Albert Breer, and ESPN's Chris Mortensen, but there is still no official announcement from the Browns' organization. Arriving in Carolina in 2011, Chudzinski quickly turned around one of the NFL's worst offenses while simultaneously drawing up a scheme that allowed quarterback Cam Newton to break Peyton Manning's rookie passing record. Finishing with the league's fourth ranked offense, there was speculation in 2012 that Chudzinski would leave for a head coaching job after interviewing with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Robert Griffin III reportedly tore the ACL and LCL in his right knee and will undergo reconstructive surgery. The expected recovery time 6-8 mos.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Cleveland Browns will make Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski their next head coach. It was reported earlier today that the Browns were giving Ken Whisenhunt a second interview, but it seems like they didn’t want to go in that direction. Chadzinski certainly isn’t a sexy candidate, but with a new owner and front office, all...
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Jacksonville's new GM David Caldwell says that even if the Jets release Tim Tebow, he doesn't see the polarizing QB being a good fit for the Jaguars 2013 roster.
According to Chris Mortensen (who is dominating the reporting world) ‘Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski will be the next head coach of the Cleveland Browns, per league source.’ The Cleveland Browns have also apparently confirmed the hiring. The 44-year-old offensive coordinator, now head coach, has been with the Panthers for the past two years and has been mentoring...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the Cleveland Browns will hire Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chdizonski as their next head coach.
Keith Britton reports his sources have informed him that the Browns will likely hire former Chargers head coach Norv Turner as well.
We’re still waiting to confirm whether or not Turner will be the team’s offensive coordinator, but it...
Recall back in December when ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported 'League sources say it is a virtual certainty Tim Tebow will land a job back home with the Jacksonville Jaguars'? Yeah, not so much....
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Well, ****. The verdict is in, according to Chris Mortensen:
Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstructive surgery of his right knee early Wednesday morning to repair torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments, but he is expected to be ready for the opener of the 2013 NFL regular season, according to team sources familiar with the determination made by orthopedic...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported last night that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will undergo reconstructive knee surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL.
Griffin’s father told USA Today Sports that his son’s ACL isn’t completely torn.
“Robert’s ACL is intact, but not enough for his profession,” Griffin II said in a text message to USA Today Sports. “You and I...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via ProFootballTalk.com, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is trying to get head coach Jason Garrett to give up his play-calling duties.
Mort also mentioned that Jones wants Garrett to fire tight ends coach John Garrett, who’s indeed Jason’s brother.
Jones has to put his foot down and hire an offensive coordinator to call the plays. Garrett...
Didn’t Kelly say he wasn’t planning on leaving Notre Dame? This was before his team was embarrassed by Bama.
From @adamschefter & myself: Eagles interviewed Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly. Sides will revisit when Kelly returns from out of country.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 10, 2013
According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, ’Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL and LCL. The recovery projection for a surgery of this magnitude is 6-8 months. RGIII will go under the knife on Wednesday and there is definitely a chance that he will be available and ready for the 2013 season.
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ESPNs Chris Mortensen reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is looking to make more changes regarding the teams coaching staff, via Pro Football Talk.
Having already fired DC Rob Ryan and replaced him with Monte Kiffin, Mortensen mentions that Jones is now considering removing Jason Garretts play-calling duties and possibly firing tight end coach John Garrett, who just...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the Buffalo Bills have hired former Jets defense coordinator Mike Pettine to run their defense.
Pettine’s contract recently expired with the Jets and they made it pretty clear that they were prepared to move in a different direction.
Pettine joins the two men from Syracuse to round out the Bills’ coaching staff. He’s produced some pretty...
At 1:00 AM Eastern time on Wednesday, ESPN insider Chris Mortensen reported some very concerning news for Washington Redskins fans. Rookie sensation Robert Griffin III is scheduled to undergo full reconstructive knee surgery for a torn LCL and ACL in his right knee on Wednesday morning.Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of...
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Robert Griffin III will undergo a full knee reconstruction after Dr. James Andrews diagnosed the star Redskins' quarterback with a complete tear of his right ACL and LCL. Andrews will perform the surgery in approximately six hours:
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL and LCL...