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The Cleveland Browns unexpectedly fired first-year head coach Rob Chudzinski after just one season on Sunday creating a coaching vacancy. Reports suggest that the Browns are interested in several prospects but the first name to surface was that of New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. It is no secret that the Browns general manager Michael Lombardi has an affinity for all things New England after working under head coach Bill Belichick.
That’s not a bad thing. The NFL is a copycat league and if you want to try to copy something, why not take things from the playbook of arguably the most consistently successful franchise in the league over the last decade. However, I don’t think McDaniels is the right hire for the Browns. There is a piece of the Patriots the Browns should try to acquire, QB Ryan Mallett.
The Browns need a quarterback and the Patriots have a young one on the roster that shows promise. Cleveland has firepower in this year’s draft, after acquiring m...
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles will interview for the Browns head coaching gig on Friday. #Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles will interview with the Cleveland #Browns for their head coach opening tomorrow. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 2, 2014 The Browns are also interviewing Josh McDaniels on Saturday...
In the wake of Black Monday, there are 6 open head coaching positions in the NFL. One of those is a step closer to being filled as Albert Breer reports that the New England Patriots have given the Cleveland Browns permission to interview their offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
McDaniels’ name has popped up on many teams board this year even though his last head coaching job...
In the aftermath of Black Monday in the NFL, there are multiple head coaching vacancies that need to be filled. New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will reportedly interview with the Cleveland Browns Saturday for the head coach position. McDaniels has been rumored to be a "favored choice" of the Browns management out of all the other candidates.It...
Per source, the Patriots have granted the Browns permission to interview offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 31, 2013
Fans can now add Josh McDaniels to the list of men allegeldy brave enough to take the job of head coach of the Cleveland Browns. Per Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Browns asked, and have been granted permission to...
Reports have been swirling surrounding Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels today, the infamous Black Monday.The reason? The Browns let go of their coach Rob Chudzinski after just one subpar year, and now have their sights set of the Patriots offensive coordinator to fill their vacancy. Michael Lombardi, now Browns GM former NFL Network Analyst, wrote a column three years...
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Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will meet with the Browns in New England on Saturday. McDaniels was previously the head coach of the Denver Broncos, where he went 11-17 in almost two seasons. Other candidates for the Browns job include Todd Bowles and Gus Malzahn. Malzahn represents a superstar hire, as he has taken Auburn to a 12-1...
Josh McDaniels seems to be the overwhelming favorite to land the Browns head coaching job. The Patriots offensive coordinator will interview with Cleveland on Saturday, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
The Patriots have a first-round bye, and under league rules, assistants with teams that earned byes in the first week are allowed to interview for vacant head coaching positions...
Most aspiring head coaches in the NFL would jump to take any head coaching job that was offered to them, much like Josh McDaniels in 2009 when the Denver Broncos offered him the gig.
McDaniels only lasted one full season and a handful of games as Denver’s head cheese. McDaniels posted an 8-8 record in 2009 but then couldn’t gain any momentum in 2010, and he was let go after an...
The Browns could be the next team to name a head coach.
Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com is reporting that the Browns will head to New England to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
Because the Patriots are in the playoffs, the Browns need to interview McDaniels before the weekend iis over, or risk having to wait until New England has been eliminated from the playoffs...
Five NFL teams gave their head coaches the ax on black Monday, and more jobs could be coming open as the postseason gets underway.
The Browns, Buccaneers, Lions, Redskins, Texans and Vikings are already in the market for new coaches, and there are plenty of hot candidates to consider for those jobs.
The Texans have already reached out to a number of potential candidates, after firing...
Tom Brady has enjoyed some of his best NFL seasons under Josh McDaniels. So, it’s no wonder that Brady wants the Patriots offensive coordinator to stay in New England a while longer.
McDaniels, 37, is already being rumored as a top target for the Cleveland Browns and a number of other head-coaching vacancies this offseason. He drew interest from the Browns, among other teams, last...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Browns ended the year the same way they began 2013 -- looking for a coach.
The search is on. Again.
The team will begin the interviewing candidates to replace Rob Chudzinski this week by meeting with New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. Chudzinski was fired Sunday after less than a year on the job, dismissed...
Leave it to Houston to interrupt our night of scotch, sex and yelling at Johnny Manziel (not in that order), but here we are two hours before midnight in the Lone Star State and the Texans have found their new head coach in Bill O’Brien according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.O’Brien falls from the Bill Belichick coaching tree, spending 2007-2011 toiling away learning the Patriots’...