Charlie Frye will coach quarterbacks with the Dolphins

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Charlie Frye is back in the NFL.

The former pro quarterback will now be coaching quarterbacks with the Dolphins, reports Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. Most recently, Frye had served at the offensive coordinator at Central Michigan.

A third-round pick of the Browns in 2005, Frye was traded to Seattle after a disastrous Week One game in 2007 (a 34-7 loss to the Steelers), opening the door for Derek Anderson to lead the Browns to a 10-6 record.

Frye had a record of 7-16 in 23 NFL starts; he played for Cleveland, the Seahawks, and the Raiders. He completed 419 of 677 passes for 4,154 yards, with 17 touchdown passes and 29 interceptions.

Robby Brown currently is listed as the Miami quarterbacks coach. Some have suggested that Brown could become the next offensive coordinator. Per a league source, Brown instead will not be retained.

7 responses to “Charlie Frye will coach quarterbacks with the Dolphins

  1. Gamblers know his work as he coached in the MAC or MACtion as we gamblers call it. They like to fast pace offense and will want to go for it almost all the time. Excited to see what he does at the next level.

  2. Hopefully this is a case of someone being better at coaching instead of playing. Frye had a nasty habit of scrambling one direction then throwing across the field the other direction which is a QB no no even in elementary school. Very good two minute drill QB though.

  3. ghjjf says:

    January 23, 2021 at 2:09 pm
    Not good when they’re turning to Browns castoffs…

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    Jordan Palmer (Carson’s brother) was an NFL castoff. He is now a quarterback coach at QB Summit where he reviews every aspect of a players mechanics and footwork. Some of his clients are Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, Josh Allen, Sam Darnold, Joe Burrow and Kyle Allen. The success that Josh Allen is having this season can be directly attributed to his work with Jordan Palmer. Most of the time the less talented players make the best coaches.

  4. I miss his local commercials with Edwards. Man wore the hell out of that French fry outfit.

  5. Being an Akron guy and a Browns guy… I’m wishing him all the best, as long as it’s not against Cleveland 😉

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