Found December 31, 2011 on
PLAYERS: Pat Shurmur
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns
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Pat Shurmur’s List of “Nevers

Browns head coach Pat Shurmur is an interesting read, to say the least. Shurmur's list of nevers is almost amusing, if not for being terribly saddening for Browns fans.

Shurmur on Hillis: We Need to Consider Everything

With an offseason rife with question marks and holes in dire need of filling, and a coverboy running back about to finish up a tumultuous season, one of the many decisions being placed squarely on the shoulders of the Cleveland Browns front office surrounds the future of one Peyton Hillis. In the last two weeks, the 250-pound back has amassed 211 yards and a touchdown on 50 carries...

Shurmur Praises Griffin III

Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur praised Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Shurmur said, "I’ve watched him. He’s a tremendous talent, good player."  Fantasy Spin: And when asked if the Heisman Trophy Winner would be a good fit for Clevelands West Coast attack, Shurmer said, Good players fit in every offense. The...

Cleveland Browns players reflect on the 2011 season (video)

The Cleveland Browns ended the 2011 season with a 4-12 record under first year head coach Pat Shurmur. The players talked about the year after the game on Sunday and as they cleaned their lockers out on Monday.

Video: Colt McCoy Won’t Bash Browns Over His Concussion

Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy, who was diagnosed with a concussion after the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 8, is throwing his support behind the Browns medical team. “Our medical staff does an outstanding job and that should never be in question,” McCoy said in his first public comments since his injury. McCoy’s show of support is in stark contrast...

Browns' Shurmur still won't rule out McCoy

Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur says he still hasn't ruled out quarterback Colt McCoy for Sunday's season-finale against the Steelers.

Sources: Browns eyeing Childress as playcaller

The Cleveland Browns are contemplating hiring an offensive coordinator to take over the play calling from coach Pat Shurmur, according to league sources.

Sources: Browns to hire O-coordinator for 2012

Despite statements to the contrary, the Cleveland Browns intend to hire an offensive coordinator to allow Pat Shurmur to put more focus on his head coaching duties in 2012, according to team sources.

Cleveland Browns: Mike Holmgren, Tom Heckert and Pat Shurmur: Which has done the best job; which, the worst job? Polls

Team president Holmgren and general manager Heckert have held their jobs with the Browns for two seasons. This season was the first for Shurmur as the Browns' coach.

REPORT- Baylor QB Robert Griffin III will declare for NFL 2012 Draft

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported this morning on NFL Countdown that he has heard that Baylor QB Robert Griffin III will declare prior to the January 15th deadline for the 2012 NFL Draft. Griffin will garner tremendous interest from NFL teams in the upcoming draft. Current Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur this week called Griffin a “tremendous talent”. Shurmur...

Browns Open Fan Chat: Talk about the Steelers game and the offseason ahead

Did the Browns show any progress at the end of the season? What direction should they go in the draft? What changes do Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert need to make in the offseason? How will Pat Shurmur do in Year Two? Talk about these topics and whatever you like with other fans in our open Browns Fan Chat room. Just remember to play nice with others.
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