Browns assistant Jeremy Garrett leaving for defensive line job at Liberty University

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The Cleveland Browns are losing an assistant coach to the collegiate ranks.

Via Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, assistant defensive line coach Jeremy Garrett is leaving the team to take a job as the defensive line coach at Liberty University.

Garrett spent just one season as an assistant with the Browns under head coach Kevin Stefanski. He joined the coaching staff after one season at Vanderbilt University where he was a defensive quality control coach.

Garrett played college football at Ole Miss from 2004-07, where Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze was a tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at the time.

3 responses to “Browns assistant Jeremy Garrett leaving for defensive line job at Liberty University

  1. A pretty low impact job at an insignificant football university. Speaks volumes about the value of a job with browns. What a dumpster…..

  2. Does it seem that there’s more to this story? I mean, leaving an NFL job to become an assistant position coach at a small college?

  3. Sounds like a great opportunity to take on more responsibility as line coach versus being as assistant. Browns haters love to read more into everything. May be hard for some to imagine but the NFL is not the be all end all.

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