Blame the offensive line all you want, but the play calling hasn’t been great either.
According to Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com, Josh McDaniels and the Browns spoke again this week, and the Patriots’ offensive coordinator could be back in the mix for Cleveland’s coaching vacancy.
It doesn’t matter if it’s called Mile High, Invesco or Sports Authority Field; strange things always seem to happen when the Patriots head to Denver.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Wednesday, January 8.
Josh McDaniels won’t be coaching the Cleveland Browns next season.
While the NFL kicks off the playoffs on Saturday, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will be interviewing with the Cleveland Browns.
With rumors swirling around Josh McDaniels and the vacant head coaching job of the Cleveland Browns, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was asked about potentially losing another offensive coordinator.
The Patriots have granted permission to the Cleveland Browns to interview Josh McDaniels.
Adam Jones believes that the way Josh McDaniels handles this Cleveland head coaching vacancy will tell you a great deal about how long Bill Belichick plans on coaching the Patriots.
The Cleveland Browns need a head coach, and they’re hoping they can look to the Patriots to find him.