Dec 15, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski before a game aganst the Chicago Bears at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns uncertain about future of head coach Rob Chudzinski

This final week of the NFL season is a time when head coaches around the NFL are either counting their blessings, fighting for playoff spot or praying that they won’t be fired. But it’s not everyday that you see a first year head coach on the hot seat, which seems to be the case in Cleveland with Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski.

Despite being in his first season as coach of the Cleveland Browns, ESPNCleveland reporter Tony Grossi is reporting that there are some bad vibes around Cleveland that suggest Chudzinski could be a surprise firing this week.

This in no way indicates that Chudzinski will be fired on Black Monday but it’s certainty not a positive report on his future with the team. It’s truly hard to judge Chudzinski based off the season he’s had where not only one quarterback has gone down but multiple quarterbacks and other players have gone down with injury.

It would be truly shocking to see the Browns fire Chudzinski after one season, but they could be thinking about promoting offensive coordinator Norv Turner to the head coaching position. Nothing is imminent either way, but it’s mont good that the vibe is back to being bad in Cleveland.

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  • Letterman007

    Haslam didn’t get the guy he wanted to take over and so now he’s going back to try and get him. Either Gruden or I’ve been hearing Josh McDaniels, ex head coach of the Broncos!! This move does not scream stability as was the promise we were given when he took over!!

  • Gary

    There never is stability when you take any Cleveland sports team into account.
    I never thought coach Chud was head coach material. But, I also do not think Norv is the answer either.
    His offense was certainly nothing to brag about. Very conservative and predictable.
    But, I am not so sure firing Chud after only 1 season is the way to go.