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Horton and Turner, Not Chudzinksi And Lombardi, Will Dictate Future Browns Success

By Kyle Gans

Since the Cleveland Browns returned to the league, in 1999, they have had seven head coaches that have a combined record of 72-151. They have had one playoff appearance, which came back in 2002, under Butch Davis. To say the least, the Browns are used to finishing at the bottom of the AFC North.

Once again, the Cleveland Browns will have new men running the show. New owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner hired Rob Chudzinski as the Browns head coach and Michael Lombardi as the vice president of player personnel.

For the past two years, Chudzinski has served as the Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator. Chudzinski was the offensive coordinator for the Browns from 2007-2008. In 2007 the Browns finished with a 10-6 record, their most wins since 1994. That year, the Browns ranked 8th overall in offense and sent four offensive players to the Pro Bowl.

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One Response to “Horton and Turner, Not Chudzinksi And Lombardi, Will Dictate Future Browns Success”

  1. Denolakes says:

    With a 3-4, more pressure will be on DBs — an area of much concern on this team . . . they are going to have to add LBs — which means guys like Jarvis . . . with no 2nd round pick, Cleveland will either have to trade down in round 1 to add a pick in the 2nd round and/or trade a player that “won’t fit” into a 3-4, like maybe Sheard, Rubin, D’Qwell. I am not in favor of losing any of those guys. Both Turner and Horton have the experience and reputations earned by good performance over years . . . so let’s see what happens . . .

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