Ray Horton as a head coaching candidateIt didn’t take long for Ray Horton to find a new job. The Cleveland Browns today named Ray Horton as defensive coordinator, the team announced. Some of the things Horton says publicly suggest he thinks he's smarter than everyone else. BEREA, Ohio The Cleveland Browns considered Ray Horton for their head coaching vacancy. The bigger question is whether Horton's scheme is a good fit for the Browns. This past season, Horton guided a defensive unit that led the NFL in passer rating allowed and interception percentage . "It was one of my last years playing in Dallas, and he came up to me and said, 'Hey Ray, when I get my job, I want you to come with me.' I laughed and said, 'What? You haven't even coached me. “We are truly excited that we were able to get someone of Ray’s caliber as our defensive coordinator,” Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said in the team’s announcement.
Ray Horton hired as defensive coordinator: Cleveland Browns InsiderThe former coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals, who interviewed with three teams for head-coaching positions, says he's excited by the talent on the Browns' roster.Source: cleveland.com
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