Forrest Gregg

Forrest Gregg

Forrest Gregg was selected as the 4th coach in Browns history. He replaced a struggling Nick Skorich starting in '75. That year, the Browns had their worst season (to that point). His diciplinarian style of coaching did, however, organize the players, and they had a winning record the next year. However, in 1977, Gregg yielded no results from the players, and was replaced with one game to go by Dick Modzelewski. Gregg went on to coach Cincinatti and Green Bay with mild success, before regressing to the college ranks with a long term position at Southern Methodist University. Forrest Gregg had a Hall of Fame career with the Green Bay Packers as a player.
 

 

Yr:
Team
W
L
T
Pct
Finish Playoffs
1975
Cleveland
3
11
0
.214
4th AFC C -
1976
Cleveland
9
5
0
.643
3rd AFC C -
1977
Cleveland
6
7
0
.462
4th AFC C -
1980
Cincinatti
6
10
0
.375
4th AFC C -
1981
Cincinatti
12
4
0
.750
1st AFC C 2-1
1982
Cincinatti
7
2
0
.778
3rd AFC 0-1
1983
Cincinatti
7
9
0
.438
3rd AFC C -
1984
Green Bay
8
8
0
.500
2nd NFC C -
1985
Green Bay
8
8
0
.500
2nd NFC C -
1986
Green Bay
4
12
0
.250
4th NFC C -
1987
Green Bay
5
9
1
.367
3rd NFC C -
NFL
Totals
75
85
1
.469
2-2

 

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