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Browns top choice is Oregon’s Chip Kelly

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Cleveland Browns top choice is the Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly.

Chip Kelly

Kelly reportedly wants control over decisions, like what Pete Carroll received from the Seattle Seahawks when he leave the Southern California Trojans. New Browns owner Jim Haslam is expected to spend big on a new head coach – and give that coach final say overs player personnel decisions.

If Kelly becomes the next Browns head coach, it would be bad news for rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden. Weeden doesn’t fit into Kelly’s mold for an athletic quarterback, as Kelly likes option quarterbacks.

The Browns roster is reportedly viewed as one of the best – if not the best – among teams that are without a head coach right now.

Kelly is 45-7 as the Oregon head coach. Last season, he withdrew his name from consideration for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coaching job.

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