Report: Browns hire Todd Monken as offensive coordinator

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The Browns have agreed to terms with Todd Monken to become their new offensive coordinator, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Monken will join Freddie Kitchens’ staff after three seasons in Tampa Bay.

The Bucs finished third in yards and 12th in points this season with Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback.

Monken, 52, had drawn interest from the Packers, Lions and Jaguars as well. He also interviewed for the head coaching jobs with the Packers, Bengals and Jets.

He was the head coach at Southern Mississippi before joining the Buccaneers, and Monken coached the Jaguars’ receivers from 2007-2010.

The Browns are close to hiring former Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks as their defensive coordinator, Rapoport adds.

13 responses to “Report: Browns hire Todd Monken as offensive coordinator

  1. 14-2, if not undefeated. Browns Win SuperBowl next year, Bank on it. This team is 12-4 with just Baker, Add a DC that knows how to game plan, BOOM. Freddie Is put a hell of a staff together. #WOOF

  2. Nothing like going from the penthouse to the outhouse. Honey, put the house on the market, we’re moving to Cleveland. Wonder what she said?

  3. Just a door stop to run scout team offense. Kitchen’s will be putting together the game plan and calling the plays. You better be more concerned about who is running the defense.

  4. Since when do Browns win the Super Bowl next year.?
    It’s a bit much making a statement today, be careful what you wish for.

  5. thefiesty1 says:
    January 13, 2019 at 8:48 pm
    Nothing like going from the penthouse to the outhouse. Honey, put the house on the market, we’re moving to Cleveland. Wonder what she said?
    ———-
    I imagine it was along the lines of “well thank God its not Green Bay”

  6. @skawh…how very dull your life must be when you have to obsess over things concerning other people you don’t even know. Some analysts might recommend “getting a grip”. But most knowledgeable professionals would tell you the opposite: “Just let it go.”

  7. Nice staff by Kitchens. Both OC and DC have done well in those positions. We’ll see what FA and the draft bring. Should very well compete for the AFCN Division. Maybe more.

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