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Wtf Is This Relationship We Have With The Browns?

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JR needs to ban everything Browns related in our organization

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redundant thread is redundant

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Carolina. . .Browns?

Doesn't quite roll off the tongue.

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Shurmur and Rivera worked together with the Eagles for five years.

Chris Tabor used to be Dave Toub's assistant in Chicago. Rivera looked at him last year but we wound up with Murphy instead and he wound up in Cleveland.

Most of the Browns current assistants were somewhere else prior to joining Shurmur's staff in 2011.

People act like these guys never coached anywhere but Cleveland :rolleyes:

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[quote name='fieryprophet' timestamp='1358199215' post='2096797']
Carolina. . .Browns?

Doesn't quite roll off the tongue.
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Western Carolina BBQ gives me the Carolina Browns. yea I said it.
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But there's ALWAYS a browns connection. I think that's the point.

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[quote name='Mr. Scot' timestamp='1358199348' post='2096801']
Shurmur and Rivera worked together with the Eagles for five years.

Chris Tabor used to be Dave Toub's assistant in Chicago. Rivera looked at him last year but we wound up with Murphy instead and he wound up in Cleveland.

Most of the Browns current assistants were somewhere else prior to joining Shurmur's staff in 2011.

People act like these guys never coached anywhere but Cleveland :rolleyes:
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Idc Scott

If you have family in the Browns organization from the water-boy to the chain men that work at the games, BANNED

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[quote name='KillerKat' timestamp='1358199479' post='2096807']
But there's ALWAYS a browns connection. I think that's the point.
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I know that's the perception, but it's not reality.

With Chudzinski gone, we actually have no one left on staff with ties to the Browns.

And honestly, Chudzinski was the only one who had spent more than a single year there. Fred Graves spent a single season there some years back, and John Settle was part of the old Browns that became the Ravens.

Now our consultant, Ernie Accorsi? He had some time in with the Browns, but he did his best work with the Giants.

So truthfully, this Browns connection thing is overblown.

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[quote name='beastson' timestamp='1358199986' post='2096826']
Idc Scott

If you have family in the Browns organization from the water-boy to the chain men that work at the games, BANNED
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Then we'd have to have dumped Ernie Accorsi.

He spent about 8 years in Cleveland.

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And if we hire Shurmur that's another browns coach

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Just because you have worked with someone previously doesn't mean they are worth a sh*t at their job.

Perhaps this is why Rivera fired half of his staff that he hired? Sigh.. I'm just hoping for the best.

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[quote name='KillerKat' timestamp='1358200119' post='2096833']
And if we hire Shurmur that's another browns coach
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He'd be the only one, barring any other hires. And again, he's an old Rivera colleague.

They actually had some decent people on staff, including our old LB coach from the Capers days, Billy Davis.

Honestly, I'm way more bugged by Shurmur being a WCO coach than I am his time with the Browns.

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