Now that the Cleveland Browns have named Rob Chudzinski as their new head coach, members of the team's former offensive staff are trying to find work elsewhere. According to Adam Caplan, it looks like offensive line coach George Warhop and Brad Childress are headed to Kansas City to join Andy Reid.
Apparently Pederson mentioned Warhop and Brad Childress on media call. Childress figures to be senior assistant or something close.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 11, 2013
If this is true, it would be Warhop's sixth team that he has been an offensive line coach for. Warhop has actually been with the Browns through two regimes since 2009. He would leave the offensive line unit as one of the team's strengths. Childress wouldn't be the Chiefs' offensive coordinator, because that role belongs to former Browns quarterback Doug Pederson.
There was also some news about what team former Browns head coach Pat Shurmur might end up with:
Former Browns coach Pat Shurmur among candidates for #Panthers' off coord job, per league source. Shurmur, Chud trading places?— Joe Person (@josephperson) January 11, 2013
That would be a pretty unique twist of fate, eh? Sorry to say, but if Shurmur joins the Panthers, I think it'd be doom and gloom for them, at least compared to Chudzinski.