Found January 22, 2012 on
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The regular season is over, which traditionally means that nothing really matters for the Cleveland Browns until April. It’s a time of reflection, as well as watching competent teams that make us jealous.
I’m not a teacher, so my report card doesn’t get marked up with grades based on how the Browns performed this season. If it did, I would be the teacher of a very strange subject. Instead, my report card will be a long series of answers to one question.
What have we learned this year?
Woof. It’s a tough one to answer. Let’s start with the defense.
The defense wasn’t terrible. Purely from a standpoint of the pieces versus the production, I was okay with the defensive performance this year.
With two starters on the defensive line, that could have gone a heck of a lot worse. Actually, let’s make note of the eight draft picks the Browns had last spring and how every one of them played and contributed this season. Granted, some of those minutes for Jordan Cameron came from showing up in ...
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The Niners were 0 for 12 on third down yesterday (technically 1 for 13, but the one conversion came on a meaningless short throw on the last play of regulation). Their wide receivers made one catch for three yards on nine targets. On any of their last four drives a field goal would have sent them to the Super Bowl, yet they moved the ball a total of -7, 0, 2 and 9 yards respectively...
Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal was first to report that the Cleveland Browns have hired Tim Hauck as their defensive backs coach. The Browns were left without a DB coach when Jerome Henderson bolted for Dallas a couple weeks ago. Henderson was one of the few Mangini assistants to be retained after Shurmur was brought on as head coach.
Hauck is a former NFL player and...
The Cleveland Browns have hired Tim Hauck to coach their defensive backs.
Hauck served as Tennessee's secondary coach the past two seasons. He's replacing Jerome Henderson, who left Cleveland earlier this month after three seasons to coach Dallas' defensive backs.
Hauck played 13 seasons in the NFL with New England, Green Bay, Denver, Seattle, Indianapolis, Philadelphia...
To say the Browns are going slowly in their search for an offensive coordinator is an understatement. Really, compared to what I hoped for when Shurmur was hired, the Browns are a about a year late already. I digress.
Even if the Browns didn’t get it right the first time around, I don’t mind this process taking a long time now because it means the Browns are searching for...
Browns hire former Titans assistant Tim Hauck as defensive backs coach.
"Sherman can develop the WC Offense here and bring along a young QB. If Shurmur doesn't grow into the head coaching job in the next year or two, Sherman can be elevated to head coach and Cromwell can take over as OC." - jdunne
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The Cleveland Browns have hired Tim Hauck to
coach their defensive backs.
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