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The Cleveland Browns have hired Brad Childress as offensive coordinator, according to a report.
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Brad Childress is aboard as offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns, but it would appear he was not hired to call plays.
All indications are that Pat Shurmur will continue to call plays. The Elyria Chronicle reported that as fact shortly after the hire.
Browns fans who didnt like Shurmurs approach last season might prefer that Childress calls the plays, but as head coach of...
According to multiple sources around the Cleveland area from the ABJ to both WFAN and WKNR, the Cleveland Browns have secured the services of Brad Childress as their offensive coordinator.
That news is hardly a surprise as it seemed almost imminent when Mike Sherman was hired to fill the same position for the Miami Dolphins last night. All along it was thought to be a two horse...
It's difficult to know how Childress will do in his new position with the Browns.
The Cleveland Browns hired Brad Childress as offensive coordinator.
A former Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator, Childress is a former Minnesota Vikings head coach.
He was fired in 2010
NFL.com writer Jason La Canfora tweeted today that Mike Sherman and Brad Childress, both candidates for the Tampa Bay Head Coaching job and targeted by the Browns to be Shurmur’s Offensive Coordinator, will now start looking for OC positions.
The Buccaneers hired Rutger’s Greg Schiano to be their new coach, which filled the last head coaching vacancy. As has been reported at...
CLEVELAND (AP) - A person familiar with the decision says the Cleveland Browns have hired former Minnesota coach Brad Childress as their new offensive coordinator.The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Friday because the team had yet to announce the hiring.Childress, who spent five seasons with ...
The Browns have hired Brad Childress as their offensive coordinator, a league source told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen on Friday.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Pat Shurmur brought in a close friend to help him fix Cleveland's broken offense.