With all the talk and rumors of current ESPN analyst and Sandusky native, Jon Gruden being the No. 1 target to possibly succeed the current and embattled head coach, Eric Mangini, Cleveland seems to have their sights set on doing a complete coaching staff re-vamp.
Now what if Gruden hypothetically rebuffs Cleveland?
Well it wouldn't be the first time that a high-profile coach has rebuffed Cleveland's advances, just think back to Bill Cowher when he decidedly to say at CBS Sports rather than coach in Cleveland as the most recent example.
And while Gruden hasn't given off any vibes that he isn't interested in coming back to his boyhood team, Browns president, Mike Holmgren had better have a Plan B just in case Gruden rejects the Browns advances.
In this sideshow, there will coaches while not as high-profile as Jon Gruden, these are still high-quality assistant head coaches and offensive coordinators who could possibly come to Cleveland in a new West Coast offense-style staff and almost all of these coaches are former branches of the "Mike Holmgren" tree of coaching.
If Gruden turns down Cleveland, then theses coaches wouldn't be a bad consolation prize.