The Cleveland Browns went 0-16. Scott Raab joins the podcast to talk about it.
In 2013, a year after Haslam took ownership of the Browns, the FBI raided the office of Pilot/Flying J because it was believed that the Haslam-run corporation was allegedly creating a fraudulent rebate system to trucking companies. If you’ve bought tickets to any Browns game, you probably understand what the FBI was saying.
You’d think that going 0-16 this season and being 1-31 the last two seasons would be rock bottom for the Cleveland Browns.
The Cleveland Browns are a disaster looking for a solution. Craig Lyndall and Jake Burns try and find some solutions.
Hue Jackson has been retained by the Browns, but it’s not because Hue earned another season. The reason Hue Jackson is back is because Jimmy Haslam abused his political capital already.
The Cleveland Browns do what they do. When they aren’t too busy losing football games, they’re shaking things up and firing people. Sashi Brown was just the latest name on the Bingo card.
When analyzing the two year plan of the Cleveland Browns, step back and look at the big picture. There is no one group more to blame than any other. This has been a total organizational failure from top to bottom. Good luck guessing which end is up.
When Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam fired Sashi Brown, he said that head coach Hue Jackson was safe and would keep his job for the 2018 season, too. It seems as though new general manager John Dorsey may have different plans. Let the fun begin!
We’ll likely never know for sure the exact reasons that Sashi Brown was fired, but his failures to build a team should top the list.
Hue Jackson has said a lot over the course of two seasons as the Cleveland Browns head coach. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert has pulled 12 quotes that should really make Jimmy Haslam think if Jackson is worth saving.
The Cleveland Browns have terminated the contract of executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Hue Jackson doesn’t have a lot of defenders, but there’s a defense case to be made. Craig Lyndall attempts to make it in a comprehensive fashion.
The Browns demand our attention, or do they?
Jimmy Haslam’s voice was heard on secretly recorded tapes during the trial of former Pilot Flying J employees accused of fraud.
Jimmy Haslam wants Peyton Manning, but it could be at quite the cost.
Mike Singletary was in Berea to interview. But, the position is a complete unknown.
Everyone knows the Cleveland Browns are bad right now, but Peter King doesn’t think that Hue Jackson will lose his gig. Sashi Brown, however, is another matter.
It’s probably not a coincidence that Jimmy Haslam sold his family’s business just a few weeks prior to former employees going on trial for a fraud scheme.
Arguing over the Browns has become a waste of time. There’s only one argument left to make. #SellTheBrowns
You cannot spell Cleveland Browns without D-Y-S-F-U-N-C-T-I-O-N. The 2017 season has officially gone off the rails.