Browns vs. Broncos Week & Is Freddie Kitchens a Halloween Pretender?

It’s Halloween, is Freddie Kitchens a pretender as the Browns Head Coach? Was he coat-tailing Todd Haley’s offense? If it’s as simple as not committing penalties and avoiding turnovers... See More

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Browns vs. Broncos Week & Is Freddie Kitchens a Halloween Pretender? Browns vs. Broncos Week & Is Freddie Kitchens a Halloween Pretender?

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It’s Halloween, is Freddie Kitchens a pretender as the Browns Head Coach? Was he coat-tailing Todd Haley’s offense? If it’s as simple as not committing penalties and avoiding turnovers as Kitchens has said, why haven’t the Browns been able to do that for the first seven games? Who the heck is Brandon Allen and does not having a book on a guy benefit the Browns or the Broncos? Find out the answers to these questions and more on Beleav in the Browns…

It’s Halloween, is Freddie Kitchens a pretender as the Browns Head Coach? Was he coat-tailing Todd Haley’s offense? If it’s as simple as not committing penalties and avoiding turnovers as Kitchens has said, why haven’t the Browns been able to do that for the first seven games? Who the heck is Brandon Allen and does not having a book on a guy benefit the Browns or the Broncos? Find out the answers to these questions and more on Beleav in the Browns…

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Charles Campisi & Tony Dick

Charles Campisi Campisi worked in the sport business industry in various capacities with Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, University of Miami, and the IMG Academy, and earned a Super Bowl ring with the Buccaneers (Super Bowl XXXVIII). Chuck has worked eight Super Bowls, the 2016 World Series, and the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Over the course of 21 seasons, Tony Dick worked in various capacities with the Cleveland Browns He started with the team as a member of the grounds crew in 1991 while an undergraduate student at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, OH. As a member of the Browns, he worked his way up to assistant head groundskeeper before the team moved to Baltimore in 1995. Dick rejoined the Browns upon their return to Cleveland in 1999, serving for his last nine years as the team’s manager of alumni relations before leaving in October of 2015. Currently, he is in his fourth year of teaching in the sport management program at BW. An avid sports historian and member of the Pro Football Researchers Association, he has served as a research assistant for several documentary projects with NFL Films, NBC Sports, Time Warner Cable Sports Channel and Epix.