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Offense the story as Pat Shurmur meets with media

Offense the main topic as Shurmur addresses media Offense the main topic as Shurmur addresses media

Browns head coach Pat Shurmur was offensive during his last press conference for the 2011 season, literally.

Shurmur said quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Seneca Wallace will compete for the starting job in 2012 during training camp. 

He also said he is willing to hire an offensive coordinator next season.  Shurmur wouldn't say if the new coordinator would call the plays, but did say that will be "one of the details we will work out as we go through the process."

The Browns offense struggled all season long, scoring the third least amount of points in the NFL.

Also, Shurmur declined to say whether running back Peyton Hillis will be back with the team next season.  The coach said he had a "very good conversation" with Hillis during the player's exit interview.

  

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