Well. I'm just trying to absorb all I can about everyone. I honestly don't have a favorite here, which is a little unusual for me. Whoever Emery says is the best guy is going to be a MUCH better informed decision than I can make, so I'm just going to get behind whoever Emerey says is the best one.
It looks like Dennison really wants that HC spot and will do anything he can to impress Emery.
just to complete it, I read that on Twitter and could search this Tweet. Nothing I made up in my mind.
Although the Browns looked at some good candidates, in the end, they decided that mediocrity was good enough and maintained the status quo.
Browns hire Rob Chudzinski as their head coach
Posted by Josh Alper on January 10, 2013, 10:30 PM EST
http://nbcprofootballtalk.files.word...x-21.jpg?w=250 AP The Browns took a shot at some of the biggest names in their search for a head coach, but they didn’t wind up hiring any of them.
Multiple sources are reporting that the Browns will officially introduce Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski as their head coach on Friday. Chudzinski interviewed for the job this week and must have impressed Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner quite a bit to jump over some candidates considered more likely to become head coaches this offseason.
Chudzinski has been the Panthers’ offensive coordinator for the last two years and spent two years running the Browns offense in 2007 and 2008. The Browns thought they had their quarterback in the first of those seasons as Derek Anderson led the team to 10 wins, but they crashed and burned the next year to help lead to Romeo Crennel’s departure from Cleveland. He’ll need to find that quarterback to avoid a similar fate this time around.
It’s an unexpected choice in terms of the magnitude of the name after Chip Kelly, Nick Saban and others were talked about for Haslam’s first hire. We’ll hear the Browns explain why Chudzinski’s their man on Friday.
good for us :-)
less and less spots are open. Emery will have to take the guy he wants, not who he gets out of the good candidates