Josh McDaniels is viewed by oddsmakers to be the favorite to be named the next head coach of the Browns, but is that the wisest decision?
It’s possible that the cloak and dagger driver of the organizational bus for the Cleveland Browns is Paul DePodesta.
How John Dorsey handles the head coaching situation with the Cleveland Browns will set the groundwork for the future direction of the team.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at what is next for the Cleveland Browns and their now vacant head coach position.
The Browns hire their eighth head coach since 1999, finalizing a deal with Hue Jackson on Wednesday afternoon.
According to Bleacher Report Browns columnist and local sports personality Will Burge, the Cleveland Browns have selected Buffalo Bills’ defensive coordinator Mike Pettine to be the new head coach of the Browns. Burge began a sequence of Tweets early Thursday morning with all the details: Sources confirm #Browns have chosen Pettine as next HC. Say
The always-humorous DJ Gallo—formerly of ESPN.com, now producing content for a variety of e-places—recently procured the application to be the head coach of the Cleveland Browns over at Sports on Earth. You can click on the image below for a larger version, or head over to his original post where it’s there for your scrolling
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
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The Cleveland Browns, coming off a couple disappointing seasons, make a coaching change. The new coach comes in, the front office is happy, the players are excited about the change, the fans are fired up with all the hope and optimism that this new coaching regime is
In yesterday’s “While We’re Waiting”, Rick posted a link to an article by Fox Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico in which he laid out the case for why current Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott would be a prime candidate for the Los Angeles Lakers’ likely vacant coaching seat. He also said something that probably made
It might seem somewhat unfair to keep talking about rebuilding and future seasons when we still haven’t yet hit the All-Star Break in the current NBA season. After all, there is still knowledge to be had and lessons to be learned from this season, even as the team sets all kinds of records for futility.
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
Just another run of the mill coaching search, huh? Almost. Even in writing this I feel like we’re jinxing this thing because we’ve seen this story change up the plot on us about 15 times already. But alas, it appears as though the next coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers will indeed be Tom Izzo Brian
The ways things have been going these days you really have to be careful with reports coming from anywhere. Yesterday we had reports all over the place that Brian Shaw was going to be the next coach of the Cavaliers. Byron Scott was said to have sent a congratulatory email to Shaw. We had reports
It hasn’t been easy. There was some belief that the Cavaliers might have made a mistake by not having a replacement ready when they fired Mike Brown. Well, in many ways, they did have their replacement lined up. It was supposed to be Tom Izzo. However, once Izzo turned the job down, the Cavaliers were
Despite our earlier report that Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo had told certain players that he was planning on accepting the Cleveland Cavaliers head coaching job, he has since decided instead to remain at MSU. In a press conference Tuesday night, Izzo spoke to reporters and cited his loyalty to MSU as well as
Freshly acquired President of Football Operations Mike Holmgren is scheduled to have a conference call with the Cleveland media early this evening. While he will not be officially introduced to the city until the current NFL season is over, one can anticipate many questions being asked in regard to the future of not only head
From the moment the Browns hired Eric Mangini to be the new head coach without first hiring a GM, we knew it virtually meant that still getting Scott Pioli to come to Cleveland was a long shot at best. But still, none the less, some of us held out hope that Pioli would swallow his
Our feelings towards the coaching abilities of Eric Snow have been well-documented in these parts. Yesterday, Rock mentioned that a possible Snow retirement could even have a viable impact on what the Cavaliers can do come this off-season. While some are hoping that Snow doesn’t retire so that his contract is a goldmine of the “expiring”