Ex-Cleveland Browns Coaches Had Party At NFL Scouting Combine

Representatives from all 32 NFL teams were at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis last week to evaluate the top players in the 2018 NFL Draft.

While all of the coaches share the similarity of being employed by the National Football League, a handful of others were brought together by the fact that they have all been fired by the Cleveland Browns.

That led to this nugget of information surfacing that will make you chuckle.

“Best story I heard from NFL combine: A small group of former Browns coaches held a fired Browns coaches party at a local restaurant in Indianapolis,” ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler posted on social media.

To make matters even better, his colleague, Adam Schefter, reported the party was held at “Rock Bottom.”

And it was at – no joke a Rock Bottom…. https://t.co/aB8d2bKncR

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 7, 2018

Sometimes the jokes just write themselves.

Pat Shurmer, Rob Chudzinkski, Mike Pettine and Romeo Crennel are among the former Browns head coaches that were fired by Jimmy Haslam and are still in the league.

We hope there’s a video of the crew throwing back some cold ones that eventually sees the light of day.

Cleveland will look to finally get back in the win column in 2018-19 after going 0-16 this season. If they struggle to record wins yet again, it’s only a matter of time until Hue Jackson gets to join in on the fun.