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Author: Jon Kuzma
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There’s still four games left in the regular season but the dominoes are already starting to fall in Cleveland Ohio. The Browns decided to part ways with Vice President Sashi Brown today and that move makes sense because this team has struggled with a 1-27 record over the past two seasons. That’s been the worst two year stint we’ve ever seen in the history of the National Football League which quickly prompted team owner Jimmy Haslem to make a change. The idea behind the move is that the Browns will get a better talent evaluator heading into this off-season. With Cleveland heading towards the worst record in football that would mean this franchise would have the first overall pick in the draft. Obviously Jimmy Haslem wants someone in the front office who can make the most of that selection. One interesting note from this whole situation is the fact that Haslem said Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson is safe. It’s hard to believe the man pulling the strings though because firing Jackson would cause a lot more chaos than firing the VP. The coach has so much to manage that removing Jackson from the mix would cause things to unravel into anarchy. It makes much more sense from a stability standpoint to keep Hue Jackson until the end of the season and then turn the page. Don’t believe Haslem’s pokerface it doesn’t feel like Hue Jackson will make it through this off-season because the Browns are looking to begin a whole new era. This team wants to omit the 2016 and 2017 seasons from their memory, the best way to do that would be by completely cleaning house. The next guy in charge will likely come in and use the number 1 overall pick on a quarterback. Which will most likely be Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, or Josh Allen.
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