Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner openly questioned the firing of coach Rob Chudzinski after one season during a meeting with owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner, according to ESPN.
Per the report, Turner was angry with another source saying he expressed concern calmly.
Turned questioned why Chudzinski wasn't given more time and that the coaching staff was handicapped in terms of personnel it was given.
The Browns traded running back Trent Richardson, but never rebounded from the trade.
The Browns had to start three different quarterbacks.
Per the report, Turned was upset all season at the players the coaches had to work with.
Turner is expected to move on after this frustrating season.
The Browns are expected to interview Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn today.
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