Year with Browns: 1st
Year as NFL coach: 18th
- In 17 NFL seasons, his teams have won 12 division titles, five conference championships and three Super Bowls (XLIX, LI and LIII).
- Spent 2019 as the offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins. After starting the year 0-7, the Dolphins went 5-4 in their final nine games. Helped WR DeVante Parker finish among the NFL leaders in receiving yards (fifth in NFL with 1,202) and touchdowns (fourth in NFL with nine).
- Spent 10 years (2009-18) in New England as the team's wide receivers coach. Helped WRs Wes Welker (three times), Julian Edelman (three times), Randy Moss and Brandin Cooks all surpass the 1,000 receiving yard mark. Edelman won Super Bowl LIII MVP honors after recording 10 receptions for 141 yards in a 13-3 victory. Welker led the league in receptions in 2009 and 2011 and set franchise records for receptions (123 in 2009) and receiving yards (1,569 in 2011). In 2009, Moss tied for the NFL lead with 13 touchdowns, while Welker led the NFL in receptions (123) and the duo finished second (Welker 1,348) and tied for fifth (Moss 1,264) in the league in receiving yards.