Cleveland Browns: What the New Coaching Staff Brings to the Table in Cleveland

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Cleveland Browns: What the New Coaching Staff Brings to the Table in Cleveland
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There's a new sheriff in town in Cleveland this year as ex-Rams offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur takes the reins for the Browns as Eric Mangini's successor. 

By the end of Mangini's tenure with the Browns, not many people were too sorry to see him go. Even those who supported him as the head coach far longer into his stint than most ultimately turned away from him, particularly after he stubbornly refused to former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, effectively hitching himself to the man who many blamed more than any other individual for the Browns' shortcomings. 

Thus began the mass turnover on the Browns coach staff, where all of the 2010 coaches were shown the door and Pat Shurmur and his staff were brought in to rebuild the team's philosophy and strategy from, in many ways, the ground up. 

Following are expectations and concerns about Shurmur and other key members of the coaching staff as they enter their first season with the Browns in 2011.

This discussion is open to all, so please share your thoughts on the Browns coaching staff in the comments below! 

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