Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress is reportedly joining the Cleveland Browns as their offensive coordinator, the first coaching gig he has landed since being fired by the Vikings in the middle of the 2010 season.

Us Vikings fans remember all too well how Childress had an affinity for bringing players to Minnesota that he was familiar with from his days in Philadelphia.  I can’t help but wonder if, despite the fact that he has a lesser role now, the same might be true now that he is in Cleveland.

Maybe fullback Naufahu Tahi or tight end Jeff Dugan will once again find employment under Childress.  Perhaps the Browns will show some sudden interest in trading for a guy Childress vouches for, such as Anthony Herrera who Childress developed a close relationship with as Herrera went through the process of gaining citizenship.

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    • Haha, I probably am dreaming… but weirder things that happened when Childress was here.

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  1. YES!! Finally got Childo off Zigys payroll. Any news on what Browns are paying him? I see on the twitter thingy that Wilf still has to pick up the difference.

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    • He is not off the payroll!!!! Chili is still due 4 million. What Browns pay him is subtracted from the 4 million. I heard reports browns are only going to pay 500,000 this year.

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    • drawn to the dark side and sucked into the black hole that is banking where only the devil himself resides

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  2. Adam,
    Any idea where the Vikes are salary cap wise? Last year they couldn’t do much since they did not have too much space.

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