Childress is Browns new offensive coordinator
Brad Childress, who was fired last year as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, has landed in Cleveland as the Browns new offensive coordinator.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur had served as his own offensive play-caller last season in his first year, but will yield those responsibilities to Childress, who has had a history of having success with quarterbacks in the past, such as Donovan McNabb before becoming the Vikings head coach.
The question is what quarterback will be starting for the Browns next season with Childress calling the shots. Will it be Colt McCoy again, or perhaps backup Seneca Wallace, who has played well in cameo appearances, or might it be Robert Griffin III, whom the Browns have been rumored to have interest in.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com