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Browns Hire Tim Hauck as New DB Coach

The Browns have hired Tim Hauck as their defensive backs coach.

Hauck is best remembered as the player who tackled Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin and caused Irvin’s career-ending spinal cord injury in a game back in 1999.

Hauck worked coaching the defensive secondary for the University of Montana. In 2008, he was hired by UCLA to coach the team’s defensive secondary. In 2009, Hauck went to the Titans to coach their defensive secondary.

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2 Responses to “Browns Hire Tim Hauck as New DB Coach”

  1. Dan B. says:

    Who, and why would we want him if another defensive minded team got rid of him? Jeff Fisher didn’t want him, nor Munchack, sounds like another good pick up for us. We lost our special teams coach and now our DB coach, wish we could keep quality coaches.

    • Dotcommie says:

      #1 – We would want him because the Titans typically have a good defense.

      #2 – Another D-minded team got rid of him because they went through a coaching regime change. Coaches like their own guys, so he was expendable. That doesn’t reflect on his coaching. Really, now. We’ve been through how many of these. You should recognize that.

      This seems like a good signing. He seems like he has experience with a decent defense.

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