CLEVELAND, Ohio – Wednesday after a thorough search for a new head coach, Cleveland Brown's general manager, John Dorsey, decided to promote the former offensive coordinator, Freddie Kitchens, to work.
Kitchen has been working because of its innovative gaming call and his ability to help Baker Mayfield improve as a quarterback.
Kitchen came to Brown's with Todd Haley as a back support bus. He was promoted to OC and played ringing when Hue Jackson and Todd Haley were fired. His impact was immediate and positive. The offense scored more points and the team won more matches. The offense scored more points and the team won more matches.
However, it was a bit of a surprise when it was learned that Chief Executive John Dorsey would include Kitchen in his search for Brown's ninth head coach since 1
There is no guarantee that Kitchens will make a good head coach, but it is about Han who tells him that he will be in a while.
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