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    "Whiz" to interview with Stains

    Browns interview Ken Whisenhunt

    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 3, 2013, 7:35 AM EST
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    Days after he was fired by the Cardinals, Ken Whisenhunt has had his second interview for a new job.


    Whisenhunt [URL="http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8803627/cleveland-browns-interview-ken-whisenhunt-head-coaching-job-doug-marrone-chip-kelly-next"]interviewed Wednesday with the Browns[/URL] about their head coaching vacancy, ESPNís Chris Mortensen reports.


    Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner traveled to Arizona for the interview, although it is believed that the primary reason they went there is to interview Oregon coach Chip Kelly, whose team plays in the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona on Thursday night.


    The Browns are also interviewing Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone. Whisenhunt has also interviewed with the Bills

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    Cleveland already has Brownstains, and if you add Whiz to the mix, that makes for a nasty, disgusting underwear situation.


    Difference maker in the middle needed to replace Shazier.

    Offer picks 1.28 & 3.92 plus WR Martavis Bryant to ARZ for pick 1.15. They only have 5 draft picks now, plus their WR's are undersized (John Brown & J.J. Nelson both 5'10") or old (Larry Fitzgerald 35 y.o.).

    Gets us ahead of BAL at 1.16, who's looking to replace the retired ILB Zach Orr.

    1.15 Georgia ILB Roquan Smith 6'0" 225
    2.60 Stanford FS Justin Reid 6'1" 204

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    The Stains can have him and his "boy" Grimm too. He won't be as a good as Shurmur so that is good for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    The Stains can have him and his "boy" Grimm too. He won't be as a good as Shurmur so that is good for us.
    I'm not sure that I understand the disdain for Whiz. He was the OC for a very effective, SB winning offense for the Steelers. Plus, he took what is arguably the worst franchise in the NFL to the playoffs. He was doomed by the lack of a QB, but that will hamper anybody.

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