Pat Shurmur named Cleveland Browns coach
Updated at 1 p.m.
Pat Shurmur, offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams, has been named head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
Shurmur, under whom rookie Sam Bradford passed for 18 touchdowns and 3,512 yards in his rookie season, worked for Andy Reid in Philadelphia, where he helped develop Donovan McNabb. And Reid, of course, coached for Holmgren in Green Bay.
Is he the right guy?: Cleveland fans say yes
Shurmur: Why him?
| January 13, 2011; 10:42 AM ET
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