Browns hire Todd Haley as offensive coordinator

Former Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley, who didn't have his contract renewed by the Steelers last week, has been hired by the Browns as the first offensive coordinator under Hue Jackson, a league source told

Haley, 50, is expected to call plays under Jackson because of his vast experience in that role. He'll also have an opportunity to coach a new rookie quarterback such as Sam Darnold or Josh Rosen, who are candidates for the Browns at No. 1 overall.

Fantasy Impact: 

The Steelers' offense has finished in the top 10 in both yards gained and points scored in each of the last four seasons. Coordinators with that sort of track record aren't typically available for a lateral move like this, so it's a good hire for the Browns.

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