July 22, 2024

Bill Callahan was released by the Browns from his $3MM+ deal to move to Tennessee and live with his son Brian. Considering Bill Callahan’s standing as one of the NFL’s top offensive line coaches, Cleveland’s staff was left empty by this. One of the applicants the team

 

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interviewed for the OC position will fill it. Albert Breer of SI.com tweets that Seahawks offensive line coach Andy Dickerson will approach the Browns in the same way. One of the former Sean McVay employees who moved to Seattle with Shane Waldron was Dickerson, who was hired by Ken Dorsey. In 2022, Dickerson received a promotion to O-line coach with the Seahawks. Pete Carroll was relieved of his long-standing head coach position, and the Seahawks allowed their coaches to confer with other teams. Furthermore, Roy Istvan is joining the Browns as their

Jahleel Addae, a recently retired safety, will take a coaching role in the NFL again. Pete Thamel of ESPN.com reports that the former starter for the Chargers will now coach cornerbacks for the Bills. The 34-year-old Addae had worked for the Miami Hurricanes. Over the course of his nine-year career, Addae started sixty-three games, the majority of them while he was a Charger.

John Butler, the DBs coach, is not returning to the Bills, according to tweets from Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News. Butler has coached Buffalo’s wide receivers since 2018. The Bills are making some adjustments, including sending Bobby Babich to Washington, DC. Matt Edwards’ appointment as the team’s assistant D-line coach will be another. Marcus West, who took Eric Washington’s place as D-line coach, was recently promoted by the organization. Edwards was formerly employed as a

Fowler. Since the late 2000s, Lal has coached wide receivers in the National Football League. His time with the Bills from 2015 to 2016 coincided with that of new Bolts offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Lal most recently worked for the Seahawks as the WRs coach and pass-game coordinator.
Ryan Crow, a recent Titans assistant, is relocating to Miami. Breer adds that Crow will be hired by the Dolphins to coach their outside linebackers. According to Breer, the Vikings, Seahawks, and Giants also expressed interest. Crow was interviewed by the Browns last month as well, but he will be in Miami working with players like Bradley Chubb and Jaelan Phillips. Shane Bowen, Crow’s previous employer, is currently in New York, which explains the Giants’ interest. Ryan Slowik, who applied for the DC position that went to Crow, will take Crow’s place.

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