Head coach Pat Shurmur is more concerned about his players and his coaches than he is about the proposed sale of the Cleveland Browns. Shurmur admits he didn’t have the best of seasons in his rookie campaign, this year he’s looking forward to working with the veterans that have returned to the Cleveland Browns as well as a young rookies he got in the 2012 NFL draft. Shurmur said his main focus is getting team ready to win football games this season.
Shurmur went on to say as head coach in the national football league you’re used to this kind of scrutiny, he knows if we can produce a winning season for the fans in Cleveland he may have a chance of remaining the head coach of the Cleveland Browns. Pat Shurmur said, his job is to hire coaches prepare his coaches and players to get ready to play football, worrying about the sale of the Cleveland Browns falls out of that category. Shurmur has a great opportunity this season, the Browns finished at 4-12 last year, lets face it if Shurmur’s Browns finish the 2012 season at 8-8 he would look like a hero to most. The problem isn’t so much what the fans are going to think about the Browns record after the 2012 season, it may be more about what Jimmy Haslam thinks about the record.
If Shurmur doesn’t improve this Cleveland team and they go out and make stupid mistakes that cost them wins like we saw last season, Shurmur probably will be packing his bags at season’s end. Good Luck Pat Shurmur. Get your team ready and win some football games…..
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