I could sit here and break down what happened in the Steelers game, but I have no interest in doing that. The only thing on my mind right now is what an embarrassment the Cleveland Browns organization continues to be with today’s “one-and-done” rumors involving Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski. Granted nothing has happened yet,
First came the revelation that the Browns have already interviewed Penn State’s coach Bill O”Brien, and then tonight the word comes that O’Brien has decided at the University- The Browns are among several teams interviewing Chip Kelly tomorrow, including the Eagles and Bills at least. [Related: The Browns exhaustive coaching search is refreshing]
As the Browns start to interview candidates and whittle down the list, I was curious where Browns fans were on the list of candidates. I posted the question to our Facebook page to let everyone weigh in, and two candidates emerged as the favorites. Some of the comments were interesting too.
Rumors continue to swirl around the Browns’ head coaching vacancy. From Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports, four teams, including the Browns, are interested in interviewing Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien. At 43 years old, O’Brien was 8-4 in his first year at Penn State after five years as a wide receivers’ coach, quarterbacks’ coach,
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting this morning that the Browns have named former San Diego Padres VP Brent Stehlik as executive VP and chief revenue officer. Schefter also reports the Browns are searching for a bright young offensive mind and college coaches Chip Kelly and Bill O’Brien from Oregon and Penn State respectively are on