Browns Fire Chudzinski After Only 1 Season: The Cleveland Browns have fired head coach Rob Chudzinski following a woeful 4-12 season in his first at the helm. The Browns lost 10 of their last 11 games, including a home defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars that particularly upset team management, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Several Browns players publicly scoffed at reports of Chudzinski's firing before it was announced, and afterwards two unnamed players texted Mike Silver of the NFL Network. One wrote, "this organization is a joke" and another "we are so dysfunctional. These billionaires need to pick somebody and stay with them. These aren't girlfriends." Early front-runners to replace him are New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, a Cleveland native, and Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien, a former Patriots offensive coordinator.