It took longer than expected but Kevin Stefanski is finally in Cleveland. Stefanski was hired as the new Browns head coach on January 13 and was planning to be in Cleveland on a regular basis leading up to the draft. Unfortunately, COVID-19 got in the way, forcing NFL facilities to close. That forced Stefanski, the former offensive coordinator for the Vikings, to work remotely as Browns head coach, from his home in Minnesota. As of this week though, that has changed. The 38-year old first time head coach, with his wife and three children loaded up their belongings and made the long drive to officially move to Cleveland last Friday.
"We did an 11-hour drive on Friday. I powered through that...I was proud of myself," Stafanski told ESPN's Scott Van Pelt on Sports Center Monday night. "It was interesting. The license plate game is hard right now because there's not a lot of cars on the road but the kids are pretty good---thank God for the iPads and now we're happy to be in Cleveland."
Stefanski also talked with Van Pelt about the Browns, his first few months as head coach, his expectations for quarterback Baker Mayfield and more. You can check out the interview here.