It's been over three weeks since the Cleveland Browns fired former coach Rob Chudzinski after Chudzinski had only been on the job for less than a year. The Browns coaching search has turned into a circus and part of that reason for that seems to be because no one wants the job.

Since Jan. 8, Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and New England's Josh McDaniels have all withdrawn their names from consideration for the Browns vacancy.

Maybe Cleveland shouldn't have fired Chudzinski after all.

Former Browns linebacker Scott Fujita, who spent three years in Cleveland (2010-12) and still has friends on the team, said on Tuesday that several of his former teammates were embarrassed by the fact that Chudzinski was fired after only one season with the team.

"I talked to some of the players right after they fired Chud and they sounded deflated, confused and frankly embarrassed by what happened," Fujita said, via Cleveland.com. "I've been out of football for a year now and I'm a fan of the Cleveland Browns. It's hard to watch what is going on there. I really feel bad for the fans and players like D'Qwell (Jackson) and Joe Thomas who have been there for so long.”