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Browns new head coach Chudzinski says the parts of a winner are already here
Chudzinski grew up a Browns fan and remembers well the Kardiac Kids
by WKSU's M.L. SCHULTZE
and KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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The Browns formally introduced Rob Chudzinski this morning as the team’s new head coach. He’ll reportedly be paid $3 million a year for five years.

The 44-year-old Chudzinski grew up a Browns fan in Toledo, and was offensive coordinator here for two years. He went to San Diego before ending up at the Carolina Panthers, and is expected to name former Chargers head coach Norv Turner as his offensive coordinator. 

But Chudzinski says his first priority will be to work with new owner Jimmy Haslam and the structure already in place.

CHUDZINSKI on priorities

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 “This is about a process, there are some pieces here and parts here that we can build on as Jimmy had talked about.  It’s going to be a process. With the people that’s we’re putting in place and I feel like are around, we can work together who are around, we can work together and build this to what we want it to be, a winner, and to be able to sustain winning over the course of time.”

 Chudzinski is the Browns 14th full-time head coach and the sixth since the team returned to Cleveland in 1999.

 

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