Most of the Browns coaching team in 2019 was fired along with head coach Freddie Kitchens. The few assistants to the new head coach Kevin Stefanski believe that the team inherited from the new employees is better than last year.
That’s the word from Brown’s running backs coach Stump Mitchell, who is the only offensive assistant Stefanski has nearby. Mitchell said he and the team coordinator, Mike Priefer, who was also hired by last year’s staff, discussed the importance of doing the job right this year.
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Stefanski said that while he didn’t want to keep most of the coaches of last year’s employees, it is valuable to have some coaches with you.
“I think continuity is important,” said Stefanski. “Unfortunately, sometimes in the NFL you don’t get together for 10 years. The continuity allows them to get back into the room and speak ball. There is already built in a mutual respect that allows them to work at a high level while we start installing the system. “
There has been a lack of continuity in Cleveland in recent years. Maybe Stefanski is the trainer who has finally found the right balance with a new staff that has only a few trainers who are not yet finished.