— Third-year Cleveland Browns receiver Corey Coleman lauded new general manager John Dorsey’s offseason moves Womens Damarious Randall Jersey
, and hopes to stay healthy to help him make a big impact in 2018.“Not to knock any of the guys who were here, but John Dorsey did a great job bringing in a lot more talent,” Coleman said Thursday before the start of Browns training camp.It’s not a secret that a winless team was void of NFL-caliber talent in at least several position groups, but success in the league isn’t all about talent alone. Culture is a word that is thrown around a lot, but it really matters.Believing you can be successful is a huge component in actually seeing it through. That’s why Dorsey has focused on bringing in guys who have tasted that success at the NFL level.“We’ve got a lot of great guys who came in this offseason, they’re great leaders who have been at winning organizations,” Coleman said. “They’re bringing their swagger here, and we’re just rolling with the punches. “The younger guys are following along, just hopping on the train.”Coleman, 24, has shown flashes of the elite receiver Cleveland saw in him when it used the No. 15 pick to draft him three years ago. But multiple hand and hamstring injuries have hindered his ability to take the next step to get to live up to that selection.“I wouldn’t take it that far, but it’s a big year for me,” Coleman said when asked if he felt his future was uncertain.Inexperienced quarterback play has probably played a significant role in limiting his progress Youth Terrance Mitchell Jersey
, too. But that has changed in 2018 after the Browns traded for veteran signal-caller Tyrod Taylor.“Since I’ve been here we haven’t had a quarterback who’s done that,” Coleman said, describing Taylor’s organizing of offseason throwing sessions. “Tyrod is great, he got us all out in L.A. throwing with him for a week before camp. You just know a guy like that is a really good leader.”With the quarterback and roster talent issues seemingly addressed, the only thing holding Coleman back now is his availability on Sundays.Coleman said he’s focused on keeping his body healthy by eating better, from “wings to fish and stuff,” and also by maybe getting a little help from lady luck. After all, another hand injury would be a hilariously unfortunate “freak” occurrence that’d leave him in even more disbelief than the first two did.With Josh Gordon not reporting to training camp, Coleman has a huge opportunity to seize significant playing time with the Browns’ starting offense. If he can stay healthy, expect him to benefit from the chemistry he has and will continue to build with Taylor. The numbers are simply staggering for Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson.Since taking over the Browns prior to the 2016 regular season, Jackson has led the team to:an overall record of 3-36-1a record of 0-20 in road gamesa record of 2-10-1 in games decided by three or fewer pointsan average margin of defeat of 11.5 points in those 36 lossesFollowing Sunday’s defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jackson is carrying a winning percentage of .088 as head coach of the Browns. Since returning to the NFL in 1999, the only Cleveland head coach even close to that mark was Chris Palmer http://www.thebrownsfootballauthentic.com/christian-kirksey-jersey-authentic
, who took over the expansion team in 1999 but still managed to win five games in two years and post a winning percentage of .156. And Palmer did that with a roster that was far worse than anything Jackson has worked with in Cleveland.Even when you factor in that Jackson was 8-8 in his lone season as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, his career winning percentage is just .205, which puts him in some pretty rare company in NFL history.According to Michael David Smith at Pro Football Talk, there have been 219 head coaches in the NFL’s 99-year history who have been in charge of their respective teams for at least 40 games. And Jackson checks in at No. 218 on that list.The only head coach to post a worst mark than Jackson was Bert Bell, who was in charge of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1936 through 1941. During that timespan, Bell went 10-46-2 for a winning percentage of .179.There is a caveat with Bell, however, as he also owned the team, meaning that when you look at those who only held the title of head coach, there is one undisputed and undeniable conclusion:Hue Jackson is the worst head coach in NFL history.