The Cleveland Browns might go back in the well again and hire a young head coach that has no previous head coaching experience. They will be interviewing Green Bay Packers QB Coach Ben McAdoo this week for the vacancy at their head coaching position, per Ian Rapoport. Since he is an expert with the QB position, he coan help find the team a quarterback that can actually stick around and make some plays on offense rather than the garbage that they have had to put on the field this last season.
Why would the Browns be interested in hiring a man that has not even been a coordinator of some sort to be the head coach. He was looking to become a coordinator this season since his contract had expired and he likely would have been a good candidate to join the Miami Dolphins and join former Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin.
McAdoo spent his first 6 seasons as the Packers tight end coach and spent last season as the team’s quarterback coach.
He doesn’t have the background and track record that you would want from a new head coach, but everyone has to start somewhere. Could this be his big break and would Cleveland fans be happy to see him come in as the head coach?