Report: Patriots could target Browns passing game coordinator/WR coach Chad O’Shea

Defensive coordinator is not the only opening that the Cleveland Browns may have to fill as their passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach may get another shot as an offensive coordinator as well this offseason. Chad O’Shea was an assistant under Bill Belichick for the New England Patriots for a decade before leaving to be Brian Flores’ (who is interviewing with the Browns today) offensive coordinator with the Miami Dolphins.

He was let go after just one season in Miami, but he could be heading back to New England with a second chance at calling plays. Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer has reported that as the Patriots look to turn over whatever their Matt Patricia and Joe Judge-led offense was, O’Shea could be a target for Belichick.

The Browns have been rumored to potentially look for another passing game coordinator or advisor this offseason anyway as owner Jimmy Haslam wants to incorporate more air raid concepts. This could be their opening to do so.


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Story originally appeared on Browns Wire