A few days ago, we reported that Cleveland Browns offensive line coach George Warhop appeared to be headed to Kansas City to join Andy Reid's staff as their offensive line coach. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, it appears as though Rob Chudzinski was able to convince Warhop to stay:
Mortensen expanded on the Warhop situation, saying that the Chiefs were in "serious negotiations" with him before he decided to stay put:
The Chiefs and new head coach Andy Reid had been in serious negotiations with George Warhop for the offensive-line job. But Warhop decided to remain with the Cleveland Browns. Warhop has worked previously with Norv Turner, who will be named the Browns' offensive coordinator under new head coach Rob Chudzinski.
The Browns keeping Warhop was first mentioned by 92.3 The Fan's Keith Britton Saturday night on Twitter. This would be the second assistant coaching news we've heard today regarding the Browns; earlier today, it was reported that the Browns are denying teams permission to interview special teams coordinator Chris Tabor.