Raheem Morris To Interview With BrownsWashington Redskins secondary coach. Cleveland can use a guy who can school their secondary on the defensive side of the ball. Other than Joe Haden and T.J. Ward the Cleveland secondary sucked during the 2012 season. Maybe Morris will be able to help the Browns solidify the secondary which is clearly a weak point for the Browns.

Morris has head coaching experience. He was the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he finished with a 17-31 record after 3 seasons. If you are a Browns fan don’t get too excited, Morris’s Redskins secondary finished the 2012 season ranked 30th in the NFL in pass defense. It could be the fact that the Redskins didn’t have the talent they needed in their secondary, but neither do the Browns . When Morris took over the Bucs defense at the same time he was the head coach, he finished that season at 3-13. It was his first year as the Bucs head coach.

Is Morris the right fit for the Cleveland Browns? I hope not, Chud is also targeting John Pagano for the defensive coordinator vacancy in Cleveland. It is believed that Pagano is still in talks with the Chargers. Lets hope Chudzinski stays patient and gets the right guy to run the Browns defense.   He could have just kept the Browns former defensive coordinator Dick Jauron. Some think the reason Jauron was not kept was due to his loyalties to former head coach Pat  Shurmur.

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. joe thompson

    I don’t care how long it takes to find a coach….just be patient. Still think rob ryan wud be a good fit….how bot romeo crennel since they wanna go back to the 3 4?

    • LG

      I would wet myself if either one of those two showed up in Cleveland…

  2. Northcoast

    I’d love to see what John Pagano could do with the Browns defense, but we have denied permission to interview him. Supposedly, Chumpzinski does NOT like either a 3-4 or 4-3, but rather prefers a “hybrid” defense?

    • LG

      Well, I think he better come to grips with one that can stop the run no matter who we end up with…


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