Albert Breer on Browns’ OC Search, “I Think If They Had Their Way, It’d Be Bill Callahan”
NFL Network’s Albert Breer joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Super Bowl scene in New York, his belief that if the Browns had their way, Bill Callahan would be the offensive coordinator, the Cowboys denying permission to talk to Callahan and the thought process of going after him in the first place, the Super Bowl matchup with Seattle and Denver, the storylines involving Peyton Manning and John Fox, if anything can be taken from the preseason matchup between the two teams, Richard Sherman’s talk and the pressure to back it up on the field and which quarterback he trusts most at a crucial point toward the end of a game.
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