The Cleveland Browns are making some changes.
First, hours after their season finale, the club fired head coach Rob Chudzinski after just one year (which led to the epic “Three Stooges” press conference question).
Then came the search for a new head coach; a long search that ended in the hiring of Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine after high-profile candidates including the Patriots’ Josh McDaniels, Broncos’ Adam Gase and Chargers’ Ken Whisenhunt all went in different directions.
And finally, Tuesday, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam shook up his front office. Haslam announced Ray Farmer would replace Mike Lombardi as general manager, and club CEO Joe Banner was stepping down.
SiriusXM NFL Radio’s Rich Gannon broke down the surprising moves, and said the front office changes most likely stemmed from the discombobulated head coach search.
Mad Dog Sports Radio’s Adam Schein made a bold (and positive) prediction for Cleveland going forward.
Of course, if the changes don’t work out and the Factory of Sadness continues to churn, we know one guy who will still be there:
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