After Callie Brownson made historical past on Sunday, Cleveland Browns head coach mentioned his chief of employees’s versatility.
CLEVELAND — Editor’s word: the video above is from Feb. 18, 2020.
On Sunday, Callie Brownson turned the primary feminine to function a place coach in an NFL sport when she coached the Cleveland Browns tight ends of their 27-25 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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However prior to creating historical past, Brownson had another duties to deal with.
“Callie will do something. She is folding towels within the gear room as a result of we’re down a number of individuals there,” Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski stated following his workforce’s win on Sunday. “Something it takes.”
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The flexibility of Brownson — who serves as Stefanski’s chief of employees — was on full show on Sunday as she stuffed in for Cleveland tight ends coach Drew Petzing, who missed Sunday’s sport because of the beginning of his first baby. And it was a reasonably good sport for Brownson’s place group, with Austin Hooper catching a nine-yard landing go from Baker Mayfield within the second quarter.
For Stefanski, Brownson’s potential to step up when wanted on Sunday hardly got here as a shock.
“Callie is a good utility participant for us, and she will be able to fill in wherever,” he stated. “She is concerned with the offense, protection and particular groups and what she does behind the scenes for us.”
And contemplating the distinctive circumstances created by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Brownson’s adaptability has been nothing wanting invaluable for the Browns.
“With what 2020 has delivered to us, to me and to this group, we’d like individuals to be workforce gamers,” Stefanski stated. “I’m happy with her and happy with her journey, and it will proceed right here.”