Norv Turner is heading to the Cleveland Browns. The former San Diego Chargers coach is reportedly going to become the Browns' offensive coordinator.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that their sources indicate that not only is Norv Turner going to the Browns, a new defensive coordinator will be hired to replace Dick Jauron.
Turner heads to the Browns with a not-so-spectacular record as a coach, with a overall record of 114-122-1. He has been fired by three teams now, including his position as coach of the Chargers.
Once an official announcement is made, Turner will join the Browns' sixth full-time coach, Rob Chudzinski.
Chudzinski spoke about Norv Turner when he was introduced as head coach on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013.
"Having the assistant head coach experience where I spent all the time with Norv and saw all the things he had to do, I've been around the people who've given me the opportunities to see what it takes to be a great head coach and hopefully I can put all those things together and get that done."
ESPN's Greg Rosenthal writes that the Cleveland Browns will formally announce the addition of Norv Turner as offensive coordinator when he returns from vacation.
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