A handful of teams announced new coaches today, and while many of them had been previously reported, there were some new names in the bunch. Let’s dive in and check out the latest on three teams still looking for their first Super Bowl win….
- Mike Pettine and the Browns officially announced 11 assistants who will part of the overhauled coaching staff in Cleveland for 2014, according to a team release. The Browns’ staff includes running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery and wide receivers coach Mike McDaniel, who came over from the Ravens and Redskins respectively.
- The Vikings finalized their coaching staff for 2014, formally announcing the list of names on their website. While there are bigger names on the staff, including offensive coordinator Norv Turner, the presence of Mike Priefer is noteworthy. Priefer, who returns as the club’s special teams coordinator, was at the center of allegations made by Chris Kluwe, stemming from Kluwe’s release by the club.
- Rob Moore has joined the Bills‘ coaching staff as the team’s wide receivers coach, the club announced in a press release. Moore will be entering the NFL coaching ranks for the first time after spending the last four years as the receivers coach at Syracuse.