About two weeks ago, the Cleveland Browns brought Mike LeFleur aboard as an offensive coaching intern. It sounds like they have also brought another coaching intern on board in Stan Watson:
Former Toledo LBs & special teams coach Stan Watson has joined #Browns as a coaching intern, a team spokesman said.— Nate Ulrich (@NateUlrichABJ) February 20, 2014
From 2003-2004, Watson played on the defensive line and at linebacker for Mount Union. His first coaching gig came in 2005, when he was named the defensive coordinator for Emory & Henry College, a place where he also specifically worked with linebackers and the secondary. He stayed there through 2007 before joining Bowling Green as a Graduate Assistant in 2008. From 2009-2010, Watson was the team's linebackers coach, and then coached the secondary in 2011.
For the past two years, Watson has been the linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Toledo. This article from The Blade claims that he will assist on special teams, but all the Browns said was that he would be an intern. Nonetheless, we would like to welcome him to the staff!