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Browns hire Kitchens, Broncos land Fangio as National Football League jobs go fast

11 January 2019

The Cleveland Browns believe they finally have a franchise quarterback.

Two days after officially interviewing him, the Browns decided Wednesday to make Kitchens their full-time head coach.

Prior to his position with the Buccaneers, Monken was a head coach at the college level, where he served Southern Mississippi from 2013 to 2015.

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According to a new report, the Browns actually wanted to hire McCarthy, but the offer came with a stipulation and he declined it.

Todd Monken, who is now in the running for the offensive coordinator position job for the Browns, has a few job offers that he might want to consider.

Kitchens remained with the Cardinals until 2017; he coached the quarterbacks from 2013-16, and the running backs in his final season.

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Rookie Baker Mayfield and the offense seemed to respond to Kitchens: in the first eight games of the season, Cleveland averaged 20.6 points per game; over the final eight, with Kitchens in charge, that number was 23.7.

New York, though, could be focused on Baylor head coach Matt Rhule. Kitchens was also the last of the seven candidates the organization vetted, to interview.

The coaching move relieved former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams from his duties as interim head coach and actually ended his tenure with the Browns as a whole.

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While the Colts appear safe for now, other teams will likely be interested in bringing Eberflus in for interviews if his defense continues to play the way it did in 2018.

Browns hire Kitchens, Broncos land Fangio as National Football League jobs go fast