Rumors are surfacing about the Cleveland Browns hiring Rob Chudzinki as the new Head coach of the Cleveland Browns. Chudzinski served as the tight ends coach and interim offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns in 2004. In 2005, Chudzinski was hired as the tight ends coach of the San Diego Chargers. With the Chargers, he coached All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates. In 2007, Chudzinski was named the offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns.That year the Browns ranked eighth overall on Browns offense, sent 4 offensive players to the Pro Bowl, and finished 2nd in the AFC North with a record of 10-6, their most wins since 1994. However, after the 2008 season Chudzinski was replaced by Brian Daboll as offensive coordinator, following the firing of Browns head coach Romeo Crennel and the hiring of new head coach Eric Mangini. In 2009, Chudzinski returned to the San Diego Chargers as the tight ends coach and assistant head coach.
The Cleveland Browns have a new coach and it is no longer a rumor. One of my sources has just confirmed that Chudzinki is the new Head Coach of The Cleveland Browns….
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