NFL Insider: These 2 Major CFB Coaches Could Be Targets For The Browns

first_imgBaker Mayfield of the Cleveland BrownsOAKLAND, CA – SEPTEMBER 30: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns tells to the crowd to be quiet after the Browns scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 30, 2018 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Hue Jackson’s coaching career with the Cleveland Browns got off to a rocky start as the coach had a record of 1-31 after two seasons. This year, Jackson’s Browns sit at 2-3-1 and are coming off of a blowout loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.Could this be his last year in Cleveland? If the team fails to find success this year, Jackson could be afforded one more season, but that remains to be seen.Should the Browns make a change at the coaching position, NFL insider Albert Breer predicted two current college coaches will be named in the search.According to Breer, Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley and Iowa State coach Matt Campbell would be on the shortlist of potential coaching candidates..@AlbertBreer tells @BullandFox that if #Browns make a move at head coach at some pt, two obvious names would be Josh McDaniels and Lincoln Riley. One darkhorse candidate, Iowa St head coach/NEO native Matt Campbell, “people connected to John Dorsey, really like Matt Campbell.”— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) October 17, 2018Riley’s name has popped up several times as a potential NFL coach, and he has a relationship with former Sooners quarterback and current Browns starter Baker Mayfield.Meanwhile, Matt Campbell has Ohio ties and he turned Iowa State into a respectable program after the Cyclones languished in misery for years.last_img read more

Come to Sri Lanka to know the truth – MR

Rajapaksa had commenced his two-day pilgrimage to India with a visit to Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya in Bihar, where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment.Various Tamil Nadu parties, including DMK and MDMK, staged protests charging him with making efforts to “annihilate” the ethnic Tamils in the island republic. Leading the protest in Chennai on Friday, DMK chief M Karunanidhi, whose party is a key UPA ally, had alleged Rajapaksa was not only attempting to “annihilate” Tamils but also the Tamil language. Rajapaksa had arrived in Tirupati from Bodh Gaya on Friday evening on a 17-hour pilgrimage amid protest by activists of DMK, MDMK and some outfits from Tamil Nadu who were taken into preventive custody. Amid tight security, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his wife Shiranthi on Saturday offered worship at the famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara near Tirupati. Rajapaksa was in the temple for about 40 minutes.Before offering worship, he took part in the ‘Suprabhatha’ recitation ritual in the sanctum sanctorum, temple sources said. Later, the temple priests blessed the couple while the shrine’s management presented them with a sacred silk cloth, prasadam and holy water. Reacting to the widespread protests against his visit, Rajapaksa said in a democratic country like India every body has the right to protest. “You people come to Sri Lanka to know the truth….,” he said. The protest was held under the banner of the Tamil Eelam Supporters Organisation, which Karunanidhi had revived some months ago. Tight security arrangements had been put in place at the airport, along the 33-km road from the airport to Tirumala. (Ibn live) read more