The Cleveland Browns made one more move before the end of the decade, parting ways with General Manager John Dorsey. The mutual split comes only two days after Head Coach Freddie Kitchens was terminated, and after only two full seasons, in which the Browns went a lackluster 13-18-1. While Dorsey joined the team in late 2017, the Browns were already 0-12 in a season that saw them finish 0-16. There was no saving the 2017 Browns. Dorsey can be credited with drafting Baker Mayfield, Denzel Ward and Nick Chubb, although Mayfield has still struggled to find his game and preform on a consistent level. He also stunned the league when he acquired Odel Beckham JR from the NY Giants. The OBJ experiment looked good at times, but didn’t garner the results that were expected. Firing Hue Jackson was the right call, promoting Freddie Kitchens to the vacant position however, was not. Kitchens looked lost and never seemed to have a handle on the much improved Browns team from a year prior. Expectations were high for the Browns this year, and unfortunately, they just couldn’t get a good rhythm going which ultimately led to Dorsey being shown the door.
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