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Following the Cleveland Browns ​coaching staff shake-up, Bruce Arians has seemingly thrown his hat into the ring for the potential vacancy after multiple gushy comments during his call of the Kansas City Chiefs-Cleveland Browns game this past Sunday on CBS.


Arians put it simply: "Cleveland is the only job I would consider."

The former Arizona Cardinals coach retired after the 2017 season, so his second career in the booth would be very short lived.

There's certainly plenty to like about the base of young talent and hungry fan base in Cleveland. Arians and rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield could be an intriguing combo with the former's reputation as a quarterback guru.

Maybe Arians isn't the guy in Cleveland, but he's certainly implying changes need to be made for the team which he served as offensive coordinator for from 2001-2004.

We will see if the Browns can pull the two-time former Coach of the Year out of retirement or if they stick with the current regime led by Gregg Williams.


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