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"Some of the worst football coaches I have ever seen in my life are the loudest."

The Cleveland Browns already put in their all-access time last year as part of the Hard Knocks series from HBO, but new head coach Freddie Kitchens has some new blood on his staff and on the Browns roster that still feel like they have a story to tell.

Building the Browns is the 2019 version of all access for the franchise and it starts off with following the team and coaches during organized team activities (OTAs).

At about the 15:30 mark, Freddie Kitchens shares a trait that some of the worst coaches he's ever been around have shared.

"You don't have to be a good football coach to be the loudest. Some of the worst football coaches I have ever seen in my life are the loudest, because they are always trying to cover something up."

"If you want the truth, that's the truth, alright? So if you've ever been around a loud coach, one that just screams and yells all the time, just listen to what he's saying and if he's really even teaching."

With that as a reference point, Kitchens dissects what makes defensive backs coach Dewayne Walker an excellent coach.

Watch the full video below.

https://youtu.be/vSwOAncFo9E?t=934