Before Sunday's game in Pittsburgh there were multiple reports, nationally and locally, that Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski could be in jeopardy of losing his job. The reports cite league sources that say the team is unhappy with
Chris Mortensen of ESPN notes that the front office isn't happy with how the team unraveled over the second half of the season. Albert Breer of the NFL Network notes that there's a concern with "a lack of decisiveness in big moments" for Chud that concerns the front office.
The loss to the Steelers was their seventh in a row and 10th in their last 11 games. Chudzinski is due to meet with team brass on Monday morning, he could learn his fate then. Coaches normally meet with team management the day after the season, so the fact that there is a meeting planned does not necessarily mean there is anything going on.
Chudzinski went 4-12 in his first, and only, year leading the Browns.