Browns will reportedly name offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens their next head coach

Lynette Rowe
January 9, 2019

Mayfield completed 68.4 percent of his passes in his final eight games, tossing 18 touchdowns and making the Browns a fun offense in the process.

According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Browns will officially announce Kitchens as their head coach later today.

Kitchens became a fan favorite in Cleveland after the Browns' offense improved with him calling plays down the stretch of the season.

Williams was brought the Browns before the 2017 season, as part of former head coach Hue Jackson's staff. Jackson brought Williams on board as his defensive coordinator, and eventually, Williams was hired as interim head coach after Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley was sacked. The Browns even asked Stefanski who he would include on his coaching staff, should he get the job, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

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The Browns finished the season with a 7-8-1 record.

Per the report, several of the team's current assistants from the previous regime have already been asked to remain with the team. Jones is a Bruce Arians disciple. The Browns also interviewed former Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, Saints tight ends coach Dan Campbell, Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, and Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores for the job.

Miscellaneous: Kitchens earned high school All-American honors and was named Mr. Football in the state of Alabama his senior season.

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