Now into their second week looking for the team’s sixth full-time coach since 1999, Cleveland owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner are assessing the candidates they’ve already interviewed and setting up meetings with others on their radar.
Oregon coach Chip Kelly was indecisive about making the jump to the NFL and the Browns decided to move on to other candidates.
After a frantic roller coaster ride over the last 48 hours with the recruitment of Kelly, both the Browns and Eagles are moving on with their coaching searches while awaiting an answer.
As the search moves into it’s 7th day, Syracuse coach Doug Marrone is off to the Buffalo Bills and it appears Chip Kelly is also off the list. So where do the Browns go from here?
Doug Marrone is leaving Syracuse to become the Buffalo Bills’ new coach. Marrone will replace Chan Gailey, who was fired last Monday, a day after the Bills closed their second consecutive season with a 6-10 record. The 48-year-old Marrone went 25-25 in four seasons at Syracuse.
Another coaching domino has fallen in the NFL. The Buffalo Bills will reportedly name Syracuse’s Doug Marrone as their new head coach.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ search to replace Andy Reid took another twist Saturday with Chip Kelly still on the market and within their grasp.
On the 10th anniversary of their last playoff appearance, the Browns may be in unexpected fight over Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
Chip Kelly remains in his interview with the Eagles and according to Brian Startare, of our sister station WIP in Philadelphia, Kelly and the Eagles are close on a 5-year contract per a league source.
Mary Kay Cabot talks about the latest on the Browns’ coach search, Joe Banner and Jimmy Haslam’s goal of locking down Chip Kelly following the interview, the impact that Chip Kelly can have on the Browns’ organization and more…