Al Saunders joined the Browns as senior offensive assistant on Jan. 22, 2016. He has more than 40 years of coaching experience, including the past 35 in the NFL. Saunders has been part of 15 playoff teams, five division titles and one Super Bowl championship as an NFL coach. His offensive units have ranked first in the NFL in total offense, passing, rushing or scoring 20 times.
He has been named NFL Offensive Coach of the Year (2005) and credited with the development of the two greatest receiving corps in NFL history (as documented by NFL Films) the St. Louis Rams “Greatest Show on Turf” and the San Diego Chargers “Air Coryell”. Saunders was recently ranked by ESPN as the NFL’s No. 1 offensive coordinator in the past 25 years. Additionally, as a tribute to his offensive averaging 478 points per season, Bleacher Report recognized him as the top offensive coordinator in Kansas City Chiefs franchise history.