The Cleveland Browns still have an opening for an offensive coordinator and are the last remaining team to need one at this time.
So it makes sense for the Browns to talk with someone that has a great deal of experience in that coaching position. According to a report from ESPN.com, the Browns are "talking" with Shanahan about the open position.
The Browns recently hired Mike Pettine to be their head coach after a successful tenure coaching the defensive side of the ball.
Cleveland will need someone to help kick-start its offense, which could likely feature a rookie quarterback leading the way. And when Robert Griffin III was a rookie in Washington, Shanahan was able to guide him to a pretty successful season.
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.
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