“It’s been a rough ride thus far. We’ve had our ups and downs. I’ve had three (offensive) coordinators going into my third year. Two head coaches in two years. There’s been some ups and downs and things you have to fight through. Most are things out of your control. But for me, I would just like a little consistency. I love the town. I love the fans. I think they truly deserve a winning football team. That’s what I want to do. I want to be there for the ride of turning that thing around. We’ll see what happens.
We continue to believe that the Browns will ultimately trade McCoy . Seneca Wallace fits naturally as a backup, and the Browns could potentially get a conditional late-round pick for McCoy during training camp. The Texas product hopes that doesn’t happen. I really like Cleveland. I’ve always been a guy that wants to finish what he starts.