Who will be the next head coach of the Browns? WFNY has you covered with the latest reports and rumors in the search that’s led by John Dorsey and Jimmy Haslam.
The search continues…
The Browns have already interviewed the Bears OC and Lions DC. There are more candidates where that came from.
With the firing of Mike Pettine following Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season finale, the Cleveland Browns are (once again) in search of a new head coach. While many names will eventually be in the hopper and interview room in Berea, the Browns reportedly already have three interviews lined up with current
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, to the annual January game show of Guess the next Browns coach. We apologize the 2015 version was canceled as we had some technical difficulties, but we do hope you enjoyed the Shanahan Slide Show followed by Extreme Offensive Staff Remodel in its place. Jimmy Haslam’s tenure 2013:
A long December, but no reason to believe that maybe this year will be better than the last.
Stop the insanity! Brian Billick says Browns should keep Mike Pettine.
It had been rumored last week, but now Ian Rapoport reports definitively that Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase has removed himself as a candidate for the Browns’ head coaching job. Rapoport said via his Twitter, #Broncos OC Adam Gase has thanked #Browns for their interest but informed them they can move on with their
There’s no one way to look at and acquire a successful head coach in the NFL. They come from college and pro (and often both) backgrounds. Good head coaches come from both sides of the ball (and even special teams). You can find success stories from first-timers and retreads alike. Age is a relatively small
Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase is reportedly leaning toward staying in Denver if he’s eventually offered the Browns head coaching position. The Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot just shared that news on Saturday morning. Here’s how her report begins: Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase is leaning toward remaining in Denver and not taking the
Despite my feelings about the Cleveland Browns, which I laid out yesterday, I can be objective about the team’s head coaching search. The Browns have a tough job conducting this search because they destroyed an untold amount of their credibility with fans and around the league by firing a coach after just one season. When I read Jimmy
On Tuesday the list of candidates for Cleveland’s vacant head coaching position got a little smaller. Arizona’s Todd Bowles reportedly told the Browns to remove him from their list, and former Green Bay quarterback coach Bob McAdoo took the offensive coordinator position with the New York Giants. Earlier in the week it was Ken Whisenhunt
As the Browns appear to have all of their eggs in Adam Gase’s basket, word has finally surfaced that the 35-year-old offensive coordinator will, in fact, interview with Cleveland once the NFL season comes to a close or the Denver Broncos are eliminated from the playoffs, a period of time that could stretch up to
After a handful of interviews and at least one reported “thanks, but no thanks,” the Cleveland Browns front office appears to be set on filling their currently vacant head coaching position with one of two men who have yet to even express interest in obtaining said position. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reports that Jimmy
Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase has been one of the more surprising names in the head coaching rumors over the last two days. A 35-year-old regarded to be one of the up-and-coming offensive geniuses, he helped engineer the Broncos offense to a record-setting 2013 season. However, after all the extra coaching rumor attention, it