Browns Pull a Shocker, Hire Chudzinski


Rob Chudzinski, the new Browns head coach.

So this is Joe Banner's new Andy Reid.

Will Chudzinski be right for the Browns?

Who knows? He's never been a head coach before.

Of course, the same was said of Reid when he was picked by Banner in 1999 to coach the Philadelphia Eagles. 

 Reid was a relatively unknown quarterback coach from Green Bay. Reid didn't call plays for the Packers. He wasn't on anyone's hot list of coaches.

 But he turned out to be one the NFL's best head coaches for more than a decade.

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