The Browns fired executive vice president Sashi Brown, the man who headed Cleveland's personnel department the past two years, on Thursday. Head coach Hue Jackson will remain on the job and will return for the 2018 season, "but we feel it is necessary to take significant steps to strengthen our personnel department," owner Jimmy Haslam said in a statement. Other front-office members also are expected to be let go as the team reshapes its front office again, sources told ESPN. ...
The Cleveland Browns announced the firing of executive vice president Sashi Brown on Thursday with the team struggling through an 0-12 season.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam released the following statement on the decision:
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, former Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey is a candidate to replace Brown.
Cleveland promoted Brown to head the personnel department on Jan. 3, 2016, and the Browns proceeded to post a 1-27 record during his tenure in that role.
The Browns have won just one game since Brown took over personnel decisions. The Browns have won exactly one game over the past two seasons. Now they’re parting ways with executive VP Sashi Brown, the team announced Thursday.
Hue Jackson was asked after the Browns’ Week 11 loss to the Jaguars if Brown’s plan for the team was working. He didn’t exactly give Brown a vote of confidence.
"The plan that's in place, let me say this," Jackson said, via Cleveland.com’s Dan Labbe. "My job is not to...