Browns Name George McDonald as WR Coach

The Browns today announced they have promoted George McDonald to wide receivers coach. McDonald was hired February 11th as an offensive quality control coach. McDonald spent the previous two years as the wide receivers coach at the University of Minnesota. He has been the wide receivers coach at Western Michigan (2005-06); the tight ends coach at Stanford (2004); and the wide receivers coach at Northern Illinois (2001-03). McDonald was a four-time letter winner as a wide receiver at Illinois, where he caught 59 passes for 589 yards.

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One Response to “Browns Name George McDonald as WR Coach”

  1. Clayton says:

    The skinny on McDonald when he was with the Gophers is that he is a big speed guy, more so than size. It makes sense since he himself was a track star before playing football.

    At least we have a WR coach who was a WR and who has coached WRs for years at a competitive level.

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