We still don’t know what will happen with the Cleveland Browns’ defensive and special teams coaching staffs under new head coach Kevin Stefanski, but it at least seems as though he’ll get to form his own offensive staff. Another departure on that side of the ball comes in the form of Adam Henry, who was Cleveland’s wide receivers coach the past two seasons.
Adam Henry, who spent last season with the Cleveland Browns, is expected to be the Cowboys receivers coach, according to a source. Henry talked with the Cowboys this week about the opening to replace Sanjay Lal, who was under contract for two more... https://t.co/bNSv4yOBQ1— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) January 17, 2020
Henry had one more year left on his contract, but it jumping over to join Mike McCarthy’s new staff in Dallas. Henry had been LSU’s wide receivers coach from 2012-2014, where he coached both Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham in college. At the NFL level, Henry had worked independently with both receivers (Beckham from 2016-2017 with the Giants and Landry in 2018 with the Browns) until 2019, when he was funnily enough back with both of them.