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Will Gregg Williams lure Los Angeles Rams free agents to the Cleveland Browns

NFL free agency is just a couple of weeks away. The Cleveland Browns need a lot of help to improve their defense from 2016. The Browns also have the most money to spend this off-season. One change has already been made. Former Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams replaces Ray Horton. Show More Summary

Ten Senior Bowl participants the Cleveland Browns should consider drafting in April

1 of 11 | NEXT » The Cleveland Browns coaching staff had the honor of coaching the south team at the 2017 Senior Bowl. Head coach Hue Jackson, defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and the rest of the staff got an up close and personal look at some of the talent available in April’s NFL Draft. Show More Summary

Gregg Williams praises Jamie Collins, expects Browns to be busy in free agency

New Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has high praise for linebacker Jamie Collins, who signed a new deal with the team this week, and thinks the team will be “aggressive” in adding pieces when free agency opens in March. Williams and the Browns staff are coaching in this week’s Senior Bowl, and in an interview…

Gregg Williams: No one will be more aggressive or physical than us

New Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams says his players will love playing for him in Cleveland because they’re going to be the toughest defense in the league. “From an attitude standpoint, they’re never going to play for anybody that’s going to let them play more attacking, more physical, more aggressive than me. I’ll back them…

Tough talk: Williams vows to make Browns tougher on defense

New Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams promised to make Cleveland's defense tougher        

Report: Clyde Simmons joining Browns coaching staff

The Browns brought Gregg Williams in from the Rams to be their defensive coordinator and one of Williams’ assistants in Los Angeles will reportedly be making the trip with him. Alex Marvez of Sporting News reports that Clyde Simmons will be joining the Browns coaching staff. Simmons spent the last five years as the assistant…

New Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams hires his son

The Browns are hiring Blake Williams as their new linebackers coach and Jerod Kruse as assistant defensive backs coach, per multiple reports. Williams is the son of Gregg Williams, who was hired as the Browns’ defensive coordinator earlier this month. The Browns have fired assistant coaches on both sides of the ball since the end…

Cleveland’s hiring of Gregg Williams is confusing for multiple reasons

So much for continuity in Cleveland. A year after Browns coach Hue Jackson embraced defensive coordinator at his 3-4 defense, the Browns will implement a 4-3 system under Gregg Williams. For that reason alone, the decision to ditch Horton for Williams makes little sense. “I know what it looks like and I know what it…

Browns fire defensive coordinator Ray Horton, hire Gregg Williams

Gregg Williams has been hired to run the Cleveland Browns defense. (AP) While many NFL fans were watching Seattle Seahawks’ Paul Richardson’s high-degree-of-difficulty receiving performance against the Detroit Lions, the Cleveland Browns...Show More Summary

Hue Jackson: Gregg Williams “has always been able to get the most out of his players”

Reports surfaced last week that the Browns were going to part ways with defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Saturday night brought word that Gregg Williams will be the new man in charge on that side of the ball in Cleveland. The Browns confirmed as much on Sunday with a formal announcement of Williams’ addition to…

Cleveland Browns confirm change at defensive coordinator

The Cleveland Browns have officially announced a change at defensive coordinator. Gregg Williams comes over from the Los Angeles Rams to replace Ray Horton. “We are thrilled that Gregg Williams is joining our staff as defensive coordinator,” head coach Hue Jackson said. Show More Summary

Browns hire Gregg Williams as new defensive coordinator

Changes are coming following the Browns' 1-15 season.        

Browns hire Gregg Williams as defensive coordinator

The Browns have hired Gregg Williams, who spent the past three seasons with Los Angeles, as their new defensive coordinator        

Hue Jackson: There will be no 'Bountygate situation' with Gregg Williams

The Browns' new defensive coordinator continues to face scrutiny for his role in Bountygate

Ray Horton out, Gregg Williams in as Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator

The Cleveland Browns are making a change at defensive coordinator. Ray Horton and his 3-4 scheme is out. Gregg Williams and a 4-3 scheme is in for the 2017 season. Browns fire defensive coordinator, immediately hire replacement: More Summary

Gregg Williams Named Browns DC: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Longtime defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has agreed to join the Cleveland Browns and lead their defense, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported Saturday. Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal confirmed La Canfora's report, adding...Show More Summary

Gregg Williams accepts Browns defensive coordinator job

Gregg Williams is heading to Cleveland. The Browns have fired defensive coordinator Ray Horton and reached an agreement with Williams to take his place, according to multiple reports. Williams spent the last three seasons as the defensive coordinator of the Rams. He has previously served as a defensive coordinator for Tennessee, Washington and New Orleans,…

Browns make wholesale changes on D, hire Gregg Williams and 3-4 assistants

Hue Jackson was close to former defensive coordinator Ray Horton but was on board with the change

Report: Browns give Williams Monday deadline to accept coordinator job

The Browns appear to be changing defensive coordinators, and Gregg Williams has until Monday to decide if he’ll accept the job, Alex Marvez of the Sporting News reported Friday. Marvez was first to report that the Browns will fire defensive coordinator Ray Horton. That hasn’t happened yet — which must make things pretty strange —…

Sean Payton quietly resumes play-calling duties

Last week, Saints coach Sean Payton seemed to relish hanging 49 points on former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. As it turns out, Payton had a more direct role in the output than usual. Via Ed Werder of ESPN, Payton called the offensive plays in the Week 12 game against the Rams — and Payton…

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