Cleveland Browns News!
BREAKING: Joe Woods, Defensive Back Coach of the San Francisco 49ers, has become the new Defensive Coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. In 2017-2018 he was the DC of the Denver Broncos and ranked 3rd overall in defense in 2017. He ran a 3-4 when with the Broncos, but our scheme better fits a 4-3 (4 defensive linemen and 3 linebackers). However, he is no stranger to working with a 4-3 defense as that is what he 49ers played in. Overall could be a good edition to the coaching staff. Welcome to The Land!
BREAKING: Alex Van Pelt is to be named the new Offensive Coordinator of the Cleveland Browns. In 2009, he was an OC for the Bills, but had the third-worst offense in the league with players like Ryan Fitzpatrick, Fred Jackson, and Terrell Owens. However he was a long-time coach at Green Bay and worked with Aaron Rodgers, yet when they failed to make the playoffs in 2017 he got let go. Since then he has been the quarterbacks coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. He gains the respect from players he has commanded, including Aaron Rodgers who stood to his defense when he got let go by Green Bay. Van Pelt will have numerous offensive weapons and big names to work with, but we will see how the Browns’ offense will be under his command. Welcome to The Land!
BREAKING: Andrew Berry has been named the new General Manager of the Cleveland Browns. Berry is the former Vice President of Football Operations for the Philadelphia Eagles and will become the youngest executive in the NFL at age 31. He is extremely smart and analytical when it comes to football given he was a former cornerback from Harvard University. He had previously worked under former GM Sashi Brown as VP of Player Personnel, so this team will not be unfamiliar territory for him. Welcome back to The Land!
With the Cleveland Browns losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 16, the season is over. What was an extremely hyped up season with talent swarming the roster, it seemed the Browns could go all the way, or at least make the playoffs. However they finished the season a disappointing 6-10. Baker Mayfield seemed to have a “sophomore slump” with an underwhelming performance compared to his rookie season. Freddie Kitchens did not live up to his expectations and neither did Odell Beckham Jr. Our O-line was horrific for most of the season and needs serious adjustments. Our defensive line and defense in general seemed nonexistent at times, but fantastic at others. However with the loss of star D-end, Myles Garrett, in Week 11 our season seemed to plummet. Injuries plagued us on defense as CB Denzel Ward, CB Greedy Williams, and S Demarious Randall, were unable to play in many games. But, on the bright side Nick Chubb and Jarvis Landry had breakout seasons with Nick Chubb coming in close second in rushing yards next to Derrick Henry. Once the season ended, GM John Dorsey and HC Freddie Kitchens were fired. The Browns hired Kevin Stefanski as HC (former Offensive Coordinator for the Vikings). As us Browns fans feel shorted by this past season, it is always good to stay hopeful as this upcoming year could be a big one for the team. Go Browns!
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2019 Browns Highlights
- Week 11 Myles Garrett vs. Mason Rudolph
- Week 10
- Week 9
- Week 8
- Week 7 (Bye)
- Week 6
- Week 5
- Week 4
- Week 3
- Week 2
- Week 1 All the penalties
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