Why did the Browns choose Ken Dorsey as their offensive coordinator


Ohio — The Browns hired former Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey as their offensive coordinator. He takes over for Alex Van Pelt as the Browns look to remake the offensive side of the ball around Deshaun Watson.

Mary Kay Cabot, Ashley Bastock and Dan Labbe recapped the decision to hire Dorsey and what it all means for the offense as the offensive side of the ball evolves.

They discuss whether Kevin Stefanski will give up playcalling or if Dorsey will slide into more of a role similar to Van Pelt. They also discuss why they think Dorsey got fired in Buffalo and if there’s concern that he did get fired or if he was the scapegoat.

They also recap what they saw in the AFC and NFC championship games.


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