Happy Saturday Cleveland Browns Fans!
Here is your Browns Nation news and notes for Saturday, January 29, 2022.
1. Jarvis Landry Talks About Odell Beckham Jr.
Some Dawgs From The Boot https://t.co/RglQtnqKlk
— Jarvis Juice Landry (@God_Son80) August 26, 2021
Jarvis Landry recently did an interview on various topics with www.thespun.com.
Of course, he was asked about his relationship with Odell Beckham Jr. which is, as expected, as strong as ever.
Even though they are no longer on the same team, it is clear Landry is still cheering for OBJ’s success during the Los Angeles Rams postseason run.
“We’ve been talking. We’ve always been in contact, just trying to manifest him being a Super Bowl champion. Obviously, our relationship is rock solid. I feel like I’ve watched him work so hard and I’ve seen what he’s been through. There’s nothing better than ending it with a championship. I hope he gets the Gatorade dumped on him [laughs]. It’d be great to see all that hard work pay off because he deserves it.”
Jarvis asked about his relationship w/ OBJ #Browns
We’ve been talking. We’ve always been in contact, just trying to manifest him being a Super Bowl champion. Obviously, our relationship is rock solid. I feel like I’ve watched him work so hard and I’ve seen what he’s been through https://t.co/QOUAWe6XYX
— Matt Fontana (@MattFontana83) January 28, 2022
2. Former Browns OC Brian Daboll Set To Become Giants HC
Brian Daboll, who has been the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills since 2018, is jumping ship.
He has been named the new head coach of the New York Giants.
Congratulations to Brian Daboll on being named head coach of the @Giants.
Buffalo will miss you and the Daboll family! pic.twitter.com/NwgcMr0JUS
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 29, 2022
Daboll was the Browns offensive coordinator during the 2009 and 2010 seasons.
Though he is only 46, he has worked with a lot of NFL teams.
Besides the Browns and Bills, he worked with the New England Patriots, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, and Kansas City Chiefs.
Known mainly for his offensive skills as a coordinator, tight ends coach, quarterback coach, and wide receivers coach, this is his first head coaching job.
His only NFL defensive work was as a defensive assistant for the Patriots during the 2000 and 2001 seasons.
Daboll is a five-time Super Bowl Champion with the Patriots.
Have A Great Saturday and Go Browns!
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