The Browns are interviewing Seahawks offensive line coach Andy Dickerson for their open offensive coordinator position, according to a report by Mary Kay Calbot at Cleveland.com.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) January 18, 2024
Dickerson earned a lot of praise early in the season for his unit’s performance despite injuries to left tackle Charles Cross and right tackle Abe Lucas. However, as the schedule got harder the unit quickly fell to pieces as they faced better pass rushing teams that tended to dominate them. Seattle also only managed three or four strong run blocking games all year.
Then again, Dickerson wasn’t given much to work with. The Seahawks had the cheapest offensive line in the league this season by a huge margin, whereas the Browns are near the top of the NFL in this category, with only six teams spending more up front in 2023. Dickerson could do much better work with an organization really committed to OL development.
The only other Seahawks assistant to draw interest thus far is offensive coordinator Shane Waldron. The Saints and Bears have requested to interview him for their respective offensive coordinator openings.
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