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Cleveland Browns: Freddie Kitchens will leave if not hired as head coach


Throughout the day on Tuesday, reports continued to come out that Freddie Kitchens was emerging as a favorite for the Cleveland Browns head coaching job.


Then when Hue Jackson and Todd Haley were fired, the Browns promoted Kitchens from running backs coach to offensive coordinator.


They also saw Jarvis Landry playing more effectively, and Duke Johnson finally got involved after years of Hue saying he needed to get touches with no action following those words.


Many have called for the Browns to just pull the trigger and hire Kitchens, but his inexperience may be giving the team pause.


Take for example the recent hiring of Matt LaFleur in Green Bay and Kliff Kingsbury in Arizona.


Even so, their new employers fell in love with the offensive gameplans they created and decided to give them a chance.






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