By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner/Sr. Writer
Pat Shurmur is going to pull double duty at least in 2011.
Shurmur, the new Cleveland Browns head coach, has decided that he will be his own offensive coordinator. Shurmur was the Rams offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, before being hired by the Browns.
Shurmur is going to call all the plays. But he’s going to have input from several others. Quarterbacks coach Mark Whipple and team President Mike Holmgren are expected to express their thoughts to Shurmur.
Shurmur has already said that Colt McCoy will be the starter in 2011. He said, “it’s a logical assumption.”
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