If the Browns make a coaching chance, who should it be?
The Cleveland Browns enter the month of December in a familiar position.
The team is currently residing in the basement of the AFC North Division, have lost six in a row (and 14 of their past 16 dating back to last season), and are trotting out yet another starting quarterback on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
It wouldn’t be December in Cleveland, either, without the annual call for yet another coaching change.
If head coach Mike Pettine is relieved of his duties shortly after the regular season comes to a close, whoever takes over will be the Browns’ eighth full-time head coach since the team returned in 1999, and the fourth head coach since Jimmy Haslam took over as owner in 2012.
As hard as it is to find something nice to say about former owner Art Modell, of the seven full-time head coaches he hired, he gave all but one more than two years to try to figure things out.
Let’s assume that Haslam has seen enough, though, and is ready to fill our January and February with yet another coaching search.
So who can we expect the Browns to look at?
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