I am very pleased that we have been able to resolve Dennis Northcutt's contract situation and have him return to the teamBrowns reach agreement with Northcutt May 22, 2004
Terry was the first person I interviewed for the position of offensive coordinator, and after I continued to talk with other candidates it became very apparent the best person for the job was right here in our buildingRobiskie named Browns coordinator Jan 09, 2004
Everybody here knows Tim has won games almost identical to that game SundayTim Couch to start for Browns Sep 25, 2003
We will decide internally how to fill this void, and we fully expect someone to meet the challenge that waitsBrowns LT Verba out for year Aug 30, 2003
We will decide internally how to fill this void, and we fully expect someone to meet the challenge that waitsBrowns shelve Verba for season Aug 29, 2003
Paul Hilton "Butch" Davis, Jr. (born November 17, 1951 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma) is the current head football coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels. Previously, Davis was the head coach of the Miami Hurricanes and later the Cleveland Browns of the NFL.
Davis was born on November 17, 1951 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, to Paul and Pat Davis. He attended high school at Bixby High School, in Bixby, Oklahoma, where he was an All-State fullback and defensive end for the Spartans and graduated in 1970. After graduation from high school, he attended the University of Arkansas and played defensive end for the Razorbacks. Due to an unfortunate knee injury, Davis was sidelined after his freshman year. However, he would become a student assistant with the Razorbacks throughout the rest of his college days. After graduation from college, he had several assistant coaching positions at several high schools including Fayetteville High School in 1973, Pawhuska High School from 1974–1975, and Charles Page High School(Sand Springs, OK) from 1976–1977. He landed his first head coaching job at Tulsa Rogers High School in 1978.
After that, Butch began a successful 15-year association with Jimmy Johnson, first as a receivers and tight ends coach at Oklahoma State for the Cowboys, then later as defensive line coach at the University of Miami. During that time, the Hurricanes won the 1987 National Championship.