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A coaching change?
December 29, 2013 - Mike McLain
PITTSBURGH -- There's plenty of press-box chatter about Browns coach Rob Chudzinski possibly losing his job after a 4-12 season that included seven straight losses at the finish.
Several national writers have speculated that the Browns could fire Chudzinski. One report stated reasons being players not being held accountable and the lack of decisiveness in big moments.
Speculation on a possible replacement if Chudzinski is fired include Penn State coach Bill O'Brien and former Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels. O'Brien will lilely become the Houston Texans' next coach. McDaniels is currently the Patriots offensive coordinator. He had a 28-game stint coaching the Denver Broncos in 2009 and 2010.
Firing Chudzinski after only one season doesn't make sense, but, then again, who knows what to expect from the management team of general manger Michael Lombardi and CEO Joe Banner.
The Browns sent an email to reporters stating: "Our focus today is on the game. We will not discuss any evaluation of the season until this upcoming week."
In some cases, that's code for he's as good as gone.
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