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Team: Cleveland Browns
Age / DOB:  (51) / 2/28/1967

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Browns hired ex-Steelers OC Todd Haley as offensive coordinator.
It took Haley less than a week to resurface after the Steelers decided to let his contract run out. Haley comes with plenty of NFL experience, but he should have done more with the talent he had in Pittsburgh and the same could probably be said of his previous stint as the offensive coordinator in Arizona. Haley's play-calling was extremely suspect in Pittsburgh's Divisional Round loss to Jacksonville and his messy relationship with Ben Roethlisberger, which eventually led to his ouster, should be taken as a red flag. In Cleveland, Haley will be tasked with getting the most out of whatever quarterback the Browns end up drafting in April. Jan 22 - 5:43 PM

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Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports the Browns are "on the verge" of hiring former Steelers OC Todd Haley as their offensive coordinator.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Sunday that Haley was in "serious talks" with Cleveland and now it's only a matter of time until the two sides reach an agreement. Haley is slated to become the Browns' first offensive coordinator under coach Hue Jackson. The 50-year-old is coming off a successful six-year stint with Pittsburgh, though the Steelers passed on re-signing him due to his rocky relationship with Ben Roethlisberger.
Jan 22 - 4:27 PM

Former Steelers OC Todd Haley interviewed for the Browns' offensive coordinator job.

The two sides are in "serious talks," according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. The Steelers decided not to renew Haley's contract after the season, possibly due to tension with Ben Roethlisberger. Hue Jackson served as both head coach and offensive coordinator in 2017, which predictably backfired as the Browns endured one of the worst seasons in NFL history. The Browns have also interviewed Texans QBs coach Sean Ryan and former Giants coach Ben McAdoo for their offensive coordinator opening.
Jan 21 - 12:31 PM

Arizona Sports' Mike Jurecki reports ex-Steelers OC Todd Haley is interested in the Cardinals' offensive-coordinator job.

Haley, of course, was the Cardinals' OC in 2007 and 2008 and went to the Super Bowl with Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald before landing the Chiefs' head coach job in 2009. Haley still has a home in the area, but the Cardinals don't currently have a head coach. Some have mentioned Haley as an option for Arizona's head gig, but that looks like a serious long shot. Haley reportedly has a "few options" on the table but is "going to wait for the right opportunity."
Jan 19 - 11:32 AM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, ex-Steelers OC Todd Haley is a candidate for the Jets' vacancy at offensive coordinator.

It seems like fate that the Jets would part ways with OC John Morton on the same day that the Steelers decided not to renew Haley's contract. Haley is familiar with head coach Todd Bowles, having worked with him when both were assistants to Bill Parcells in Dallas. The Browns, who are prepared to hire an OC for the first time under Hue Jackson, might also be an option for Haley.
Jan 17 - 7:12 PM

The Steelers will not bring back OC Todd Haley.

The writing was on the wall for this one. Both coach Mike Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger reportedly butted heads with Haley, and the Steelers will let Haley walk now that his contract is up. There's no question he ran some of the most potent offenses in his six years calling plays for Pittsburgh, but the Steelers were never able to clear the final hurdles, failing to even win an AFC title with Haley. It's possible OL coach Mike Munchak will earn a promotion to OC after he turned down a second interview with the Cardinals for their head-coach job on Wednesday.
Jan 17 - 12:06 PM

On his radio show, Ben Roethlisberger hinted he wants Todd Haley to remain the offensive coordinator in 2018.

"The least amount of change the better," Roethlisberger said. "We don’t want to have big changes because we’re right there. We’re on the cusp." Ben went on to say the issues between he and Haley were "perceived as a bigger deal" than they were. Haley is not under contract for 2018, but these comments from Roethlisberger at least give him a shot to return.
Jan 16 - 11:20 AM

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette suggests there's a real possibility the Steelers move on from OC Todd Haley.

Haley does not have a contract for 2018, and his relationship with Ben Roethlisberger became increasingly fractured in 2017. One Steelers source told the Post-Gazette that one of the reasons Big Ben openly contemplated retirement was his failing rapport with Haley. The two "rarely talked along the sidelines," and "never huddled to discuss strategy" during games. Roethlisberger reportedly requested QBs coach Randy Fichtner to come down from the booth to create a game-day "buffer" between the quarterback and Pittsburgh's OC. Fichtner is reportedly a "strong candidate" to replace Haley if he isn't re-signed.
Jan 15 - 5:17 PM

Steelers OC Todd Haley is dealing with a "shattered" pelvis and "badly bruised" left side.

Haley insists the injury, which resulted from some sort of bar altercation, will not affect his preparation for the Divisional Round. "The situation, though not of my doing, has been made clear to me by the Steelers that it is a non-issue to both the team and the Steelers organization," Haley said. "My sole focus is on preparing for next week’s playoff game, so it won’t be addressed further."
Jan 4 - 5:02 PM

NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reports Todd Haley's wife was involved in a "minor scuffle" shortly after midnight on Jan. 1.

"The scuffle was quickly ended," the Pittsburgh Police Department said in a statement. "Todd Haley was not involved nor injured." Both Haleys were "escorted out of the bar." It was then that Todd was apparently attacked, suffering a hip injury. Whatever happened inside appears to have spilled outside. We probably haven't quite heard the last of this weird story.
Jan 2 - 5:55 PM's Ian Rapoport reports Steelers OC Todd Haley suffered a hip injury after being "shoved down" outside a bar near Heinz Field on New Year's Eve.

Per Rapsheet, "police have looked into it." It's unclear if Haley was imbibing too much on the biggest party day of the year. Haley will "gut out" his hip injury to game plan for the Divisional Round.
Jan 2 - 4:27 PM

Steelers OC Todd Haley was "injured in a fall" following Sunday's game but is expected to rejoin the team later this week.

"We expect he will return to the office this week to participate in preparations for our upcoming playoff game," the team said in a statement. It's always something. It's a good year for the Steelers to have a bye.
Jan 2 - 2:38 PM

Steelers OC Todd Haley reportedly told NFL teams he was not interested in becoming a head coach this offseason.

The Dolphins were rumored to have interest in Haley shortly after the season, but nothing materialized. Despite several critical injuries, Haley's Steelers offenses have ranked seventh and fourth in the NFL in points the past two seasons. Haley is also said to have mellowed since his hot-head days. With Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant, and Markus Wheaton all returning, Haley's offense is a favorite to lead the NFL in scoring in 2016.
Wed, Jan 27, 2016 08:54:00 PM

NFL Network's Albert Breer reports the Dolphins are interested in Steelers OC Todd Haley.

With Pittsburgh in the playoffs, Haley will not be able to interview with anyone for at least a week, but he should find plenty of interest once he becomes available. Haley's offenses have finished in the top seven in points and yards the last two seasons despite injuries to Ben Roethlisberger and Le'Veon Bell this year. Roethlisberger has also played the best football of his career with Haley calling the shots. Haley's personality contributed to his failures in his first head-coaching stint in Kansas City, but he has reportedly mellowed in the last four years. He is a decent bet to land a lead job this offseason.
Mon, Jan 4, 2016 09:04:00 AM

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler believes Steelers OC Todd Haley will be a candidate for head-coaching jobs if Pittsburgh's offense has another good year in 2015.

Haley's stint in Kansas City was undone by Nixon-ian paranoia and a feud with GM Scott Pioli, but the volatile offensive mind has apparently grown up a bit in Pittsburgh. "I think people are watching his ability to get along and adapt now," were the words of an NFL personnel official. "I don’t think anyone questions his ability to coach or coordinate an offense." Haley was one of the league's top play-callers in 2014.
Mon, Aug 3, 2015 03:22:00 PM