Browns History - Coaches

Captain of the Ship

The tradition of head coaches in the Cleveland Browns franchise is a storied one. None may ever live up to the first ever coach, Paul Brown, who may have been the best ever.. Other than Brown, Collier, and Skorich (who took over a solid team from Collier), only Marty Schottenheimer has a winning record. Detailed coaching histories are below this summary.
 
Coach:
Years:
W
L
T
Pct.
Playoffs
Championships
Paul Brown
46-61
270
162
6
.888
8-5 (.888)
7
Blanton Collier
62-70
76
33
2
.559
3-4 (.429)
1
Nick Skorich
71-74
30
24
2
.554
0-2 (.000)
0
Forrest Gregg
75-77
18
23
0
.439
-
0
Dick Modelewski
77
0
1
0
.000
-
-
Sam Rutigliano
78-84
47
50
0
.485
0-2 (.000)
0
Marty Schottenheimer
84-88
44
27
0
.620
2-4 (.333)
0
Bud Carson
89-90
11
13
1
.458
1-1 (.500)
0
Jim Shoffner
90
1
6
0
.143
-
-
Bill Bellechick
91-95
36
44
0
.450
1-1 (.500)
0
Chris Palmer
99-00
5
274
0
.143
-
0
Butch Davis
01-
           

 

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