D'Qwell Jackson welcomes coaching changes

Browns' D'Qwell Jackson talks on the sideline during a game with Chicago on August 30, 2012
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Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson says that the new coaching staff at the Cleveland Browns have created a winning vibe within the team.

D'Qwell Jackson has said that the changes to the coaching staff at the Cleveland Browns has created a "different vibe" within the team.

The AFC North side brought in a new head coach, defensive coordinator and offensive coordinator, having finished last in their division in 2012.

The linebacker told the team's official website: "[Head coach Rob Chudzinski] was here with a previous staff, and just having a familiar face in the building that I respected from way back when, and just meeting Norv Turner, Ray Horton, these guys are great coordinators. It's documented with Norv Turner. He's been a head coach.

"They're definitely creating a different vibe around here, and it's a winning vibe that I haven't been a part of since I've been here. Everything, right now, is smooth. I hope it continues throughout the season.

"We're all in this thing together. It's going to get done. We have a mini-camp coming up, and we've ironed out a lot of defenses right now, and I love every one of them. We're going to be aggressive this year."

Jackson has spent seven seasons with the Browns.

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