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Posts Tagged ‘Andy Reid.’

Browns’ Shurmur decides to add offensive coordinator

 

Pat Shurmur Browns coach January 2011 (photo by Roboshark13 via wikipedia commons)

The fans and media of the Cleveland Browns have said all along that the team needs an offensive coordinator above all else.

It was evident during several games this year that the team was scrambling around to calls plays at the last minute and got plays into the huddle late.

Browns head coach Pat Shurmur said recently that he would begin a search for an offensive coordinator and is willing to forgo all play calling and just oversee the entire team as most NFL coach’s do. But only if he gets the right guy.

Although Shurmur offered no names, there are a couple of people he could hire due to past experiences. Brad Childress, whom Shurmur worked with on Andy Reid’s staff in Philadelphia and Mike Sherman, a former assistant with Mike Holmgren with Green Bay.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Browns, NFL, Radio & TV news

 

Pat Shurmur hired as new Browns coach

Pat Shurmur (St. Louis Rams photo)

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said he wanted to find a head coach that had ties to him and general manager Tom Heckert.

He found his man, in Pat Shurmur.

The 45-year-old has never been a head coach at any level.

Shurmur received a four-year deal worth about $11.25 million. He had been the offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams the past two seasons.

Before St. Louis, Shurmur spent 10 years in Philadelphia as an assistant under Andy Reid, one of Holmgren’s most successful coaching protege’s.

compiled from staff and Cleveland Browns news

Andy Reid changes mind; Vick will start for Eagles

Controversial quarterback Michael Vick will be the Philadelphia Eagles Number 1 signal-caller, according to head coach Andy Reid on Tuesday. The change-of-direction decision happened one day after Reid announced that Kevin Kolb would be regaining his job as Number 1 QB.

Vick is without a doubt, the best scrambling quarterback in NFL history, but he has demonstrated that he no longer has the run-first mentality like Kolb has.

QB Michael Vick (NFL)

Vick threw for 175 yards and one touchdown and ran for 103 yards in a 27-20 season-opening loss to Green Bay. He had 284 yards passing and two TD’s in a 35-32 win at Detroit on Sunday.

Kolb has missed the last six quarters because of a concussion, and Vick responded well in his place. Kolb has been cleared to play by the medical staff.

The start against the Lions was Vick’s first in nearly four years. He has completed 63.8 percent of his passes and has posted consecutive games with a passer rating above 100 for only the second time in his career.

compiled from staff , NFL & Philadelphia Eagles news