The Browns have been struggling for quite some time as they are sitting at the bottom of the AFC North rankings with a 0-12 record so far this season, and Cleveland was 1-27 with Brown as GM. The house-cleaning after another dismal year has begun for the perennial losing franchise.
They have fired executive vice president Sashi Brown after only two seasons. Owner Jimmy Haslam has already said Hue Jackson will remain the coach in 2018, so the incoming general manager will have to be comfortable with Jackson.
But the important thing to remember is that Jackson and Haslam are staying.
The winless Cleveland Browns fired executive vice president/general manager Sashi Brown, who had headed Cleveland's personnel department the past two years, ESPN reported on Thursday. The Browns front office has been the scrutiny of several incidents, ranging from the 2017 NFL Draft to botched trades. Kizer was selected with the 52 overall pick, and has since gone to completing 52.5 percent of passes for 2,038 yards without a win.
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The Browns are making some moves in their front office.
The Browns will now be looking to build consistency and stability in their front office. One popular rumor on the local Cleveland radio airwaves, and confirmed on Twitter by NFL.com information man Ian Rapoport, is the new sheriff in town will be former Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey.
Brown had no experience in evaluating players as he primarily handled the team's salary cap before he was promoted.
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