'Good chance' Kitchens will be Browns' head coach


And even though that arrangement went up in flames and resulted in Jackson's midway through the season, the Browns GM apparently tried to do something similar in his search for the team's next head coach.

Cleveland Browns fans took to social media Wednesday, responding to the the Browns search committee naming interim offensive coach Freddie Kitchens as the team's next head coach. She says signs are pointing to that outcomes. They won seven games in 2018 and hired offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens as their next head coach.

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

Under the direction of Kitchens, rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield flourished, completing 68.4 percent of his passes with 19 touchdowns, eight interceptions and five sacks while leading the Browns to a 5-3 finish. Kitchens' hiring makes him the ninth full-time coach with the Browns since 1999 and 11th including interim coaches.

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In addition to the Browns deciding to promote Kitchens to head coach, the team has chose to move on from Gregg Williams and his defensive staff, per ESPN. He had suffered an aortic dissection caused by an aneurysm in his heart, and had he not been on the practice field when it happened where the team's medical staff could get him the help he needed in time, he might have bled to death.

We're down to three head-coaching vacancies in the NFL. 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.

A general stadium view of FirstEnergy Stadium during the second half of the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 10, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio.