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Offbeat Hue Jackson tells Gregg Williams not to call players “stupid” in the media

04:40  28 august  2018
04:40  28 august  2018 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams told reporters after rookie Denzel Ward got hurt making a tackle that the injury was Ward’s fault because of the “ stupid ” way he tackles. Browns head coach Hue Jackson was not happy about that. Jackson told reporters today that Williams needs to watch

Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson was not pleased defensive coordinator Gregg Williams blamed cornerback Denzel Ward's injury on the " stupid " way the rookie tackles. We do not need to do all of that stuff in the media ," Jackson said, per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.

Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson walks on the sideline during an NFL football preseason game against the Buffalo Bills, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, in Cleveland. Buffalo won 19-17. (AP Photo/David Richard)© ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson walks on the sideline during an NFL football preseason game against the Buffalo Bills, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, in Cleveland. Buffalo won 19-17. (AP Photo/David Richard) Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams told reporters after rookie Denzel Ward got hurt making a tackle that the injury was Ward’s fault because of the “stupid” way he tackles. Browns head coach Hue Jackson was not happy about that.

Jackson told reporters today that Williams needs to watch the way he talks about the Browns’ internal business publicly.

“Gregg does not get to do just what he wants to do. We will work through all of that. . . . We do not need to do all of that stuff in the media,” Jackson said.

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Browns coach Hue Jackson does not seem happy with defensive coordinator Gregg Williams . Williams recently told reporters “ stupid ” tackling caused We don’t want a guy to get hurt or anything like that. I mean I’m sure Gregg does advise, but we don’t need to do all that stuff in the media .”

Hue Jackson Pissed At Gregg Williams Over His Comments regarding Denzel Ward. Hue is right and Williams has to check himself, don’t call your players stupid for getting injured, it’s not a great look. The Cleveland Browns have their last preseason game is Thursday versus the Detroit Lions

This isn’t the first time there’s been tension on the Browns’ coaching staff. On Hard Knocks, offensive coordinator Todd Haley was shown taking issue with Jackson’s decision to give players days off during training camp, leading to a tense exchange.

With Jackson’s record as the Browns’ head coach at 1-31, any issues between Jackson and his assistants will be heavily scrutinized. If the Browns win this year, it will be easy to overlook any suggestions that he and his coordinators aren’t seeing eye-to-eye. If the Browns keep losing, problems on the coaching staff will be magnified.

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