Clay Travis: Kevin Stefanski Should Be Able to Coach the Browns Remotely


Clay Travis: Kevin Stefanski Should Be Able to Coach the Browns Remotely

It's Wild Card week, and there are COVID issues for the Cleveland Browns. The Browns have finally ended their playoff drought, and now they are likely to be without numerous people for their game this Sunday night in Pittsburgh, including head coach Kevin Stefanski, because of positive COVID results.

Clay Travis believes that Stefanski should still be able to coach and call plays. Clay points out to this past weekend's College Football Playoff, where Kirk Herbstreit, who also tested positive, was able to call the College Football Playoff game between Clemson and Ohio State from his home.

Why can't Kevin Stefanski do the coaching version of this and call plays from a secluded location? This is the question Clay asks the Outkick crew, as well as his Twitter audience in a poll question, and it seems like a high number of people agree with this idea, as 84% of people responding to his poll agree that Stefanski should still be able to coach.

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