The great stories spawned by the NFL now include a guy who grew up as a rabid Browns fan coaching the team.
Rob Chudzinski, a Toledo native, returns to Ohio to take the reins of Cleveland’s team. As a boy, his passion included putting the TV at the window and watching the games from the elements, to simulate the thrill of being there.
The biggest question is whether dog biscuits were consumed.
“There was occasional dog biscuits consumed,” Chudzinski said on Thursday’s edition of PFT Live. “I wouldn’t tell you they tasted very good, but we did that on occasion.”
As Browns fans wait for the team to return to relevance nearly two decades after the original Browns moved from Cleveland, the presence of a head coach who truly loves the team adds something special to the overall experience.
Of course, a second playoff appearance since the team returned in 1999 would be pretty special, too.