Former Chiefs GM John Dorsey is 'leading candidate' for Browns job

Former Chiefs GM John Dorsey is 'leading candidate' for Browns job

Head coach Hue Jackson was given confidence enough to stay throughout the 2018 season. The team passed up a chance to draft quarterbacks Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson in the past two drafts and Cleveland has shown little sign of improvement since Brown took over.

Since returning to Cleveland, the Browns have had eight different general managers - Brown, Ray Farmer, Michael Lombardi, Tom Heckert, George Kokinis, Phil Savage, Butch Davis and Dwight Clark.

That was the only firing Jimmy Haslam administered Thursday, though, as the Browns' owner announced Hue Jackson will remain the team's coach in 2018. McCarron. However, reports indicated that the trade fell through after the Browns front office failed to report the deal to the National Football League office by the deadline.

Names are already surfacing as possibly replacements for Brown. One popular rumor on the local Cleveland radio airwaves, and confirmed on Twitter by NFL.com information man Ian Rapoport, is the new sheriff in town will be former Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey.

Former Chiefs GM John Dorsey is 'leading candidate' for Browns job

Scot McCloughan is another possibility.

Former Browns' linebacker Chris Spielman is pushing for his brother, Rick Spielman, now general manager of the Minnesota Vikings, to be hired as Browns president. It could cost the Browns draft picks to pry Spielman from the Vikings. The team now holds 10 picks for 2018. DePodesta's future and that of vice president of player personnel Andrew Berry will likely be determined by the next general manager.

Brown was named the team's top executive by the Haslams during an overhaul following the 2015 season.

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