Category: Rob Chudzinski

Brandon Weeden Says His Ears “Puckered Up” When He Heard Rob Chudzinski and Norv Turner Were Hired

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Brandon Weeden's rookie season was a disappointment. He was taken with the 22nd overall pick and was expected to stop the revolving door at quarterback from spinning for the Browns. Instead, there are more questions than answers. After another bad season for the Browns, changes were made. A new coaching ...

Jimmy Haslam: “There is No One More Committed to Seeing the Browns Win than Myself”

Friday, March 29th, 2013

When Jimmy Haslam took over ownership of the Cleveland Browns, he promised better days ahead for the downtrodden franchise fighting for relevance. He said it wouldn't be long before fans started to see the team do some smart things. He has showed signs of delivering on that promise. Haslam has brought ...

Brandon Weeden Understands Why He Isn’t Being Lauded, is Confident He Can Improve

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

Brandon Weeden's status is in flux. He had an inconsistent but relatively decent rookie season as the Cleveland Browns' starting quarterback, but there's a new regime in place now and it has no incentive to commit to Weeden, who will have to learn a new offense for the third straight ...

Norv Turner on Brandon Weeden: “I’m impressed with him and think he’s going to be a good player in the National Football League”

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

After yet another disappointing season last year the Browns new ownership group decided to make some significant changes. Just about a week and a half ago the Browns ushered in a new era of football in Cleveland. The Browns tabbed Michael Lombardi as their lead personnel guy after introducing former ...

Michael Lombardi Leaves NFL Network to Become Cleveland Browns’ VP of Player Personnel

Monday, January 21st, 2013

After spending five years away from football front offices, but still staying close with the league by working for NFL.com and the NFL Network, Michael Lombardi is back in the NFL and he's back in Cleveland. He's working under the role of vice president of player personnel, which has many ...

Jeremy Shockey on signing with Carolina: “It is a very intriguing situation for me.”

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Two-time Super Bowl winner Jeremy Shockey signed a one year contract to play for the Carolina Panthers this season.  Other teams showed interest in Shockey but he felt as though Charlotte was the best place for him and he also wanted to reunite with his former college coach, Rob Chudzinski, ...