The Cleveland Browns have sent many head coaches back to the job market over the years.
One of those former coaches has landed a new job.
According to college football insider Pete Thamel, former Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski is heading back to the college game.
“Boston College is expected to hire former Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski in an off-field role,” Thamel reported. “Chudzinski also brings extensive experience as a college and NFL OC. He‘ll be used as a veteran resource for first-year coach Jeff Hafley.”
Sources: Boston College is expected to hire former Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski in an off-field role. Chudzinski also brings extensive experience as a college and NFL OC. He‘ll be used as a veteran resource for first-year coach Jeff Hafley.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) February 19, 2020
Chudzinski began coaching in 1994 as a graduate assistant at his alma mater of Miami.
He was in the program through 2003 where he served as the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach.
In his first year as offensive coordinator, the Hurricanes won the national championship in 2001.
After the 2003 season, Chudzinski left college and became the Browns tight end coach in 2004.
He also held the same role for the Chargers for two seasons from 2005-2006.
He returned to the Browns in 2007 as the team’s offensive coordinator.
He was the offensive coordinator for 2 years until he was let go and returned to the Chargers.
Chudzinski then took the offensive coordinator role with the Carolina Panthers in 2011 where he made rookie Cam Newton into one of the leagues best quarterbacks.
He was in Carolina for 2 seasons before he found his way back to the Browns for a 3rd time.
After Chudzinski finished 4-12, he was fired by the Browns.
He last coached for the Indianapolis Colts from 2014-2017 when he was the offensive coordinator.