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Cleveland Browns to hire Freddie Kitchens as HC

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17 minutes ago, SydneyBillsFan said:

So what happens to Gregg Williams now, who did a pretty good job?

he stays a DC? (if its like last season, he has 8 other job offers he's refused) 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, SydneyBillsFan said:

So what happens to Gregg Williams now, who did a pretty good job?

Out. Reportedly not coming back. Kind of an Anthony Lynn situation when he didn’t get the job here. 

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5 minutes ago, SydneyBillsFan said:

So what happens to Gregg Williams now, who did a pretty good job?

Introducing...your new Secretary of the Interior! (As soon as funding becomes available). He aced his non-interview by popular demand. 

 

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The Dirk Koetter special. Afraid your OC who seemed to be doing well with your rookie QB would leave, so you promote him to be your new HC. Obviously they'll hope this works out better than it did in Tampa.

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43 minutes ago, SydneyBillsFan said:

So what happens to Gregg Williams now, who did a pretty good job?

He will simply choose from the other 31 HC offers on his desk!  😎

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2 minutes ago, HomeskillitMoorman said:

Fat Freddie an NFL head coach...never thought I'd see the day

 

Looks like he spends way too much time in way too many kitchens.

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Gregg Williams is a tool but somehow he is becoming more likeable, or is it just me?  He reminds me of the 1993 version of Roseanne, accept for football.  And he did do a cery nice job with Cleveland. 

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I'm dead serious, this is a nice move by Cleveland.

 

After reading what he has been able to do recently this is obviously not the sexy choice, but probably better overall for development and team continuity.

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whoa! best of luck Freddie!

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Just now, dollars 2 donuts said:

I'm dead serious, this is a nice move by Cleveland.

 

After reading what he has been able to do recently this is obviously not the sexy choice, but probably better overall for development and team continuity.

 

AGREED. They made a great decision and retain the coach-QB chemistry. A SMART move... great GM, up and coming team with a roster coming together nicely, and of course Browns fans are passionate and patient if the progress continues.

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I think this will work out pretty well

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6 minutes ago, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

Introducing...your new Secretary of the Interior! (As soon as funding becomes available). He aced his non-interview by popular demand. 

 

I think you meant 

 

new Secretary of the Inferior 

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6 minutes ago, SydneyBillsFan said:

So what happens to Gregg Williams now, who did a pretty good job?

 

I think it was a good move by the Browns to move away from Gregg Williams.  At the first sign of adversity next season, the Williams led Browns would turn on each other and there's be Locker-room issues (kind of like Marrone with the Jags).  Just my opinion.

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I can't help but feel like one of LaFleur, Kingsbury, Kitchens is going to be the next "McVey" and the other ones are going to be a complete dumpster fire, and I don't know which it will be (but in fairness, I'm not sure the teams do either). 

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As long as he gets an experienced defensive coordinator, I think he will be fine. 

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Just now, Chuck Wagon said:

I can't help but feel like one of LaFleur, Kingsbury, Kitchens is going to be the next "McVey" and the other ones are going to be a complete dumpster fire, and I don't know which it will be (but in fairness, I'm not sure the teams do either). 

 

I think LaFluer. He is stepping into a really great situation with a quarterback like Rodgers. 

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6 minutes ago, EasternOHBillsFan said:

 

AGREED. They made a great decision and retain the coach-QB chemistry. A SMART move... great GM, up and coming team with a roster coming together nicely, and of course Browns fans are passionate and patient if the progress continues.

Sorry, at first glance my mind immediately thought you wrote "process." ;) 

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