After years of failed and flawed coaching searches, the Cleveland Browns finally ran a well-run coaching search led by General Manager John Dorsey.
With the vacancy in Philadelphia (where Dick Jauron currently works) and the news this morning that Dave Wannstedt is heading for Buffalo, it was beginning to look as though the Browns’ chances of hiring one of the “super experienced” Defensive Coordinator candidates were growing slimmer and slimmer. But, Mary Kay Cabot is reporting that the
Last week, I spent some time writing about Mike Mularkey as a candidate for the Browns’ head coaching job. Mularkey’s interview did not seem to solidify his candidacy, and now the job belongs to one Pat Shurmer. I, myself, admittedly don’t know much about him. So, in the spirit (and largely the same format) of my
Now that the Browns are done and moving on to a very important matter of hiring a coach, TD and I sit down with Cleveland.com’s Dan Labbe to discuss a variety of Browns coaching search-related topics. Is Mike Holmgren coming down to the sidelines? Is this search Jon Gruden or bust? What about Marty Morninwhig?
Now that some of the Browns’ head coaching candidates have been revealed, I wanted to break down one of the candidates that I am most intrigued by: Falcons’ Offensive Coordinator Mike Mularkey. I’m in no way saying: “He’s the only guy I want!” Rather, I wanted to pass along some information about Mularkey to explain