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  1. Ben McAdoo interviews for Cleveland Browns' OC job
    Former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo interviewed for the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator job on Tuesday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
  2. Browns hire former Packers executive Eliot Wolf
    The Cleveland Browns announced Wednesday they've hired former Green Bay Packers director of football operations Eliot Wolf as the team's new assistant general manager.
  3. Joe Haden happy Browns cut him, paid Osweiler
    Joe Haden's exit from the Cleveland Browns was unceremonious, unsurprising and for a team that ended up going 0-16, unnecessary. The corner recently revealed how he felt about his release.
  4. Cleveland Browns have two picks in top four of draft
    The conclusion of the first slate of Week 17 games clarified the top four teams in the 2018 NFL Draft order. The Browns (0-16) secured last week the first selection in the draft for the second straight year.
  5. Cleveland Browns finish 2017 season 0-16
    The Cleveland Browns are 0-16. Their inglorious fate was sealed with Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Steelers, despite Pittsburgh sitting Ben Roethlisberger and Le'Veon Bell in the regular-season finale.
  6. Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat
    Is Mike Mularkey in trouble even if Tennessee makes the postseason? Will Jimmy Haslem keep his word and keep Hue Jackson in Cleveland? Ian Rapoport looks at AFC coaching staffs in flux.
  7. Browns GM John Dorsey takes back 'real players' jab
    One week after implying that the previous Browns regime had failed in acquiring "real players," newly christened Browns general manager John Dorsey walked back that assessment.
  8. Browns GM: Anything but '18 North title unacceptable
    Expectations might not be any lower in an NFL city than they currently are in Cleveland. Just don't tell new GM John Dorsey. The personnel executive has his sights set on the AFC North crown in 2018.
  9. Browns GM Dorsey: Prior regime didn't get real players
    John Dorsey has been on the job in Cleveland less than a week, but the Browns' new GM already made sweeping conclusions about the performance of Sashi Brown and the previous regime.
  10. Patriots signing WR Kenny Britt to two-year deal
    NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that Kenny Britt -- four days after being released by new Browns general manager John Dorsey -- is signing a two-year deal with the Patriots.
  11. Browns cut vet WR Kenny Britt on Dorsey's first day
    John Dorsey wasted no time on his first day as Browns general manager, cutting one of the team's offseason pickups. The Browns informed veteran wide receiver Kenny Britt that he is being waived.
  12. Cleveland Browns name John Dorsey general manager
    The Cleveland Browns named John Dorsey their new general manager on Thursday night, hours after the team fired executive vice president Sashi Brown.
  13. Haslam: Hue Jackson will remain Browns coach in 2018
    Hue Jackson won the power struggle in Cleveland. The Browns fired executive vice president Sashi Brown on Thursday, but Jackson will continue to be the head coach.
  14. Browns fire VP Sashi Brown after 1-27 record in 2 years
    The Cleveland Browns have fired executive vice president Sashi Brown. Hue Jackson will remain the team's head coach for 2018, owner Jimmy Haslam announced.
  15. Browns WR Josh Gordon to start Sunday vs. Chargers
    Browns coach Hue Jackson said WR Josh Gordon will start in his first game since 2014 on Sunday against the Chargers. Gordon missed the entire 2015 and 2016 seasons due to repeated violations.