Spotting Mike Vrabel: A Peek into His Offseason Activities Before Cleveland Engagement


Mike Vrabel, previously the head coach of the Tennessee Titans, is now preparing for a new position as a consultant with the Cleveland Browns. 

To commemorate his latest endeavor, Vrabel was seen indulging in a game of craps at the Wynn in Las Vegas.

Vrabel, who has more leisure time on his hands after his tenure with the Titans, appeared to be enjoying himself at the tables, even though he didn’t have much luck in terms of winning. Witnesses observed that he seemed to be by himself, savoring a chilled drink as he played.

The Titans had a lackluster 2023 season, finishing with a 6-11 record and landing in last place in the AFC South.

The team’s underwhelming performance led to Vrabel’s departure, a mere two years after he was honored as Coach of the Year in 2021.

Browns Swiftly Snatch Up Mike Vrabel as Consultant

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – JANUARY 07: Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel runs on the field before the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Nissan Stadium on January 07, 2024 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Following an unsuccessful job search during the NFL’s recent head coach hiring cycle, Vrabel became a part of the Browns staff earlier this offseason. 

He took on the role of a consultant, working closely with head coach Kevin Stefanski and general manager Andrew Berry. 

The decision was made following the expectation that Vrabel would be in high demand within the coaching industry.

The Browns wasted no time in bringing Vrabel on board, recognizing his immense value in coaching and making personnel decisions. 

Stefanski conveyed his enthusiasm about having Vrabel on board, highlighting their strong relationship that has developed over the years.

Browns’ Collaborative Approach: Vrabel Joins

Stefanski and Berry have stressed a collaborative approach to developing the Browns’ roster and game plan, and Vrabel’s signing brings another experienced voice into the equation. 

With Vrabel’s knowledge and insight, the Browns hope to develop a winning squad for the 2018 season, with the extra benefit of having Vrabel work for the franchise he grew up supporting.

As the former Titans head coach prepares for his new role with the Browns, he can reflect on his Las Vegas trip as an enjoyable and relaxing way to welcome the next chapter in his football career.

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