Although plenty of us thought it would never happen, it looks as though the Browns need a new special teams coordinator after Chris Tabor decided. The longest-tenured coach on the Browns has (finally) moved on.
The future is now. Everyone knows specific issues that repeat each week for the Cleveland Browns, so save yourself the time and aggravation by reading the recap against the Chicago Bears before the game begins.
Rookie Jabrill Peppers is drawing some pretty lofty comparisons during his first run at OTAs.
Chris Tabor has survived two owners and four regime changes, but it might be time for the reign to end.
Can Coleman perfectly emulate Antonio Brown?
NFL news is *all* bad in Berea as the Cleveland Browns made a few transactions with a few glue-type players in addition to lobbing an offer at Terrelle Pryor.
Horton, Hue and Analytics. It’s been a while since the WFNY crew discussed the Cleveland Browns.
Chris Tabor is set to coach under his fourth Cleveland Browns regime.
Just when you think it can’t get any worse…
One of the bigger Browns issues that has flown mostly under the radar with the QB change is the Browns’ struggling kicker Billy Cundiff. The media has asked about it and the Browns brass has talked about it, but the wake from the S.S. Manziel is just so big you barely notice. Today, Browns’ long-time
Well, we might have a guess on another coach under Rob Chudzinski for the Browns. Adam Schefter at ESPN has the report: Six teams – OAK, KC, DET, CHI, CAR, IND – have asked to interview Browns ST coach Chris Tabor and Cleveland has denied permission on Tabor. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 13, 2013
I know, I know, the Browns won yesterday. But anyone who watched that game had to come away completely less than impressed. I don’t care that the record says the Browns are 3-3; yesterday’s performance was a complete embarrassment, save for the defensive unit. The offense was putrid. The play-calling was brutal (nothing like that
Last week the Browns lost special teams coordinator Brad Seely to the San Francisco 49ers. Yesterday they filled the vacancy with Chris Tabor, who was the assistant special teams coach for the Chicago Bears for the last three seasons. The Browns have had one of the premiere special teams units over the past few years