Michael Lombardi is out as Cleveland Browns general manager after just one season, the team announced this morning.
What an absolute shocker. Lombardi left the NFL Network to be the GM of the Browns, and it has been one disaster after another. Lombardi only lasted 13 months on the job, and now, he’s “leaving the team.” I’m sure we’ll get clarification on that later. He’ll be replaced by Ray Farmer.
In other Cleveland Browns disaster news, CEO Joe Banner – you probably remember him from Philadelphia – is stepping down.
Worst franchise in the NFL? There’s no doubt. The coaching search was an embarrassment. And now this? What a mess.
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