The Cleveland Browns are in a state of flux, but they are still in the midst of a rebuilding process.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how the team is approaching the offseason, from the quarterback position to the front office.
The Cleveland Browns were supposed to be an NFL franchise in 2018, but the franchise fell apart before the season began.
The Browns lost their first two games to the Atlanta Falcons and Kansas City Chiefs, before falling to the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4.
The team then went on to lose four of its final five games of the season, including a 41-21 loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 7.
With the loss of DeShone Kizer, the Browns went with Josh McCown, who had started just eight games during his rookie year.
But the Browns have struggled to fill that position.
They lost five of their last six games, including the team’s only win over the Carolina Panthers last season.
The organization also fired offensive coordinator Mike Pettine in March, and it looks like they’re trying to change the culture around the franchise.
This is a new team, so we’ll see how the new regime operates.
But what has the Browns’ front office done to get the franchise back on track?
In the past, Cleveland has always had a good front office, but there’s no doubt the organization has improved in the past year.
This offseason, the team brought in former San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Tomsula as the general manager, as well as a former Patriots assistant, Rob Chudzinski.
In addition to this new regime, the organization also hired former Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert as their new head coach.
In this article you’ll find some of the biggest moves the Browns made this offseason.
First, you’ll see what the Browns are currently looking to do with the quarterback situation.
You’ll also find out what the new head coaching staff is looking to add to their roster.
Then, you will see how they are building the new practice facility in downtown Cleveland.
Next, we will discuss the Browns most notable offseason acquisitions, including quarterback Josh McComb and defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah.
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Jim Tamsula was fired after just two seasons with the team.
He had been a head coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars since 2014.
He was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under Mike Pettines last year.
He also served as offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Royals.
Rob Chudzzinski was fired following a 10-15-1 record with the Browns.
The former Bears offensive coordinator served with the Denver Broncos from 2015-17, and his offense ranked 29th in Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric.
He led the Vikings to a playoff berth in 2017.