Browns inked a tremendous deal with Eagles assistant OL coach to work with Andy Dickerson.

Report: Seahawks o-line coach Andy Dickerson has a new job with Browns - Field Gulls


After a five-year stint with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jeff Stoutland, Roy Istvan is making a move to the Cleveland Browns to join forces with the new offensive line coach, Andy Dickerson, as reported by Tom Withers of the Associated Press.



While the departure of Bill Callahan to the Tennessee Titans, where he will coach alongside his son, was a loss for the Browns, they have effectively filled coaching positions with highly qualified individuals.

Andy Dickerson brings substantial experience in the run game from his time under Sean McVay and Shane Waldron, while Istvan has previously collaborated with Shane Steichen.

In an effort to revitalize their offensive strategy without a complete overhaul, the Browns have strategically added a diverse group of offensive minds to their coaching staff, including the new offensive coordinator, Ken Dorsey. As Kevin Stefanski awaits the Coach of the Year announcement at the NFL Honors show, the Browns are positioning themselves for long-term stability, marking a significant development since their return to the league in 1999.

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