Browns to hire Bill Musgrave as offensive assistant

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The Browns are adding to their coaching staff.

Cleveland is hiring Bill Musgrave as an offensive assistant, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Media.

Musgrave had spent the last three seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Cal. But Musgrave had been coaching in the league since 1997. He was most recently with the Broncos, first as quarterbacks coach in 2017 before he was promoted to offensive coordinator and served in that role through the 2018 season.

Musgrave has also served as an offensive coordinator for the Eagles, Vikings, Jaguars, and Raiders.

Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski previously worked with Musgrave from 2011-2013 with the Vikings. Musgrave was in his second stint with the team as offensive coordinator and Stefanski was the club’s assistant quarterbacks coach.

7 responses to “Browns to hire Bill Musgrave as offensive assistant

  1. Good luck
    His offense of: 2 runs, pass, punt is sometimes changed to: run, 2 passes, punt. Gotta keep those defenses on their toes.

  2. Every time a retread who was fired for a great reason because he sucks at coaching.

  3. Musgrave is a good guy to have around. He knows offensive football as well as anyone, and he’s been around long enough to know all the defenses, too. I don’t know exactly how they plan to use him, but he certainly has a lot of knowledge.

  4. We can’t be far from the day when teams have more coaches than players. Maybe we’re already there.

  5. Excuse me, Bill, it looks like you dropped your business card.

    Oh, that’s your play sheet.

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