Ex-Baylor head coach Art Briles serves as guest coach for Browns

Wednesday October 12th, 2016

Former Baylor head coach Art Briles was spotted guest coaching with the Cleveland Browns at practice on Wednesday, according to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot.

Briles was reportedly invited to the team practice by head coach Hue Jackson.

Briles lost his job in wake of Baylor's sexual assault scandal, in which an investigation found the university administration and football program failed to take action on incidents involving multiple Baylor football players. He was the only coach fired in the fallout of the events, officially parting ways with the school in June.

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Quarterback Robert Griffin III, who is out for the season with a shoulder injury, is among the Browns players that used to play for Briles at Baylor.

Briles also attended the Houston Texans' training camp and was on the sidelines for the Dallas Cowboys game against the Chicago Bears last month.

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