The Cleveland Browns have reportedly hired two coaches -- Mark Whipple to be the quarterbacks coach and Bill Davis to be the linebackers coach.
Mark Whipple, fresh off a Miami Hurricanes firing, was the former offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach for the Canes. Whipple was fired along with head coach Randy Shannon after the Hurricanes failed to compete on a consistent basis (or any basis) in the ACC. Being the quarterbacks coach at Miami, that means Whipple was the man coaching Jacory Harris, who's touchdown to interception ratio was somewhere around 1 : 1,235,345,235.
Whipple also coached a young Ben Roethlisberger as the quarterbacks coach of the Steelers from 2004-'06. Although Ben experienced some success in those years, the ratio of women he met to the women he sexually assaulted during that time span was about 4,322 : 4,321. The one that got away haunts Ben's dreams to this day.
With the hiring of Whipple, it's suspected that the Browns will not hire an offensive coordinator, which makes an incredible amount of sense for a Cleveland Browns team.
Bill Davis should be familiar to Browns fans as he coached the Linebackers for Cleveland back in 1999. He left for greener pastures to coach the Linebackers at Green Bay the next year (get it? greener pastures?), and worked his way up to be the defensive coordinator at Arizona. In 2009, his Arizona team had the fifth best scoring defense in the league, but 2010 was a completely different story. The Cardinals defense slipped to the bottom of most defensive standings this year, leading to Davis' firing. Now he's coaching our linebackers.
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