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Gregg Williams loved Kitchens installing wishbone in Browns offense

The Cleveland Browns broke out something not seen in the NFL in a long time on Sunday. New offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens installed the wishbone offense on a handful of plays in Cleveland’s 28-16 win over Atlanta.

The exotic, run-heavy formation was common in college in the 1970s through the late 80s but has largely been a forgotten relic of that era.

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