July 12, 2024

The Cleveland Browns officially announced earlier this week that Ken Dorsey will take Alex Van Pelt’s position as offensive coordinator. During

 

Kevin Stefanski has earned another contract with Browns in thick of the  playoff race - The Athletic

The offensive line coach for the Browns has been replaced by Bill Callahan.

According to SI.com’s Albert Breer, the Browns will appoint Andy Dickerson to that position inside Kevin Stefanski’s staff. Callahan departed to become a member of his son Brian’s Titans staff.

Prior to selecting Ken Dorsey to take over as offensive coordinator, the Browns conducted interviews with Dickerson as well. In Cleveland, the two men will now collaborate on projects.

Dickerson played with the Seahawks for the previous three seasons. He has coached the offensive line the last two seasons and served as the run game coordinator in 2021. Before going to Seattle, he worked for the Rams for nine seasons.

Since joining the company in 2020, Kevin Stefanski has been in charge of these responsibilities, and for some reason, this has generated a lot of discussion. Although Stefanski, who gained notoriety in Minnesota for his play-calling, has performed admirably in his role as coach in Cleveland, some people would prefer a CEO-style leader

Both Dorsey and Stefanski refrained from providing a definitive response to the subject when addressing the media. Dorsey talked about how the offense was shaped overall. The news roundup for today includes that story as well as others.

“I’ll stick to my previous position: Kevin Stefanski ought to continue calling plays through 2024. With all due respect, Ken Dorsey’s offenses did lead the league in a few categories while he was at Buffalo; nevertheless, a closer look at his offense exposes some alarming disparities. With Dorsey gone, Bills running back James Cook improved because of his offense’s disregard for tight ends. Josh Allen, the elite quarterback, also did so, primarily as a runner.

German put it the best. Stefanski has performed admirably, even managing an offense to score thirty points while protecting a quarterback who is getting close to forty years old with the team’s fifth and sixth options at tackle. Oh, and they didn’t have Nick Chubb, so defenses could easily stop them from using the ground game. Stefanski has every right to continue calling plays, but there are many good reasons to sto

The offensive line coach for the Browns has been replaced by Bill Callahan.

According to SI.com’s Albert Breer, the Browns will appoint Andy Dickerson to that position inside Kevin Stefanski’s staff. Callahan departed to become a member of his son Brian’s Titans staff.

Prior to selecting Ken Dorsey to take over as offensive coordinator, the Browns conducted interviews with Dickerson as well. In Cleveland, the two men will now collaborate on projects.

Dickerson played with the Seahawks for the previous three seasons. He has coached the offensive line the last two seasons and served as the run game coordinator in 2021. Before going to Seattle, he worked for the Rams for nine seasons.

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