Found January 16, 2014 on Waiting For Next Year:
When the Browns sent out a letter to the fans yesterday, there were varied reactions. There was nothing “varied” about Keith Olbermann’s take on the video. While he did acknowledge that it was a polite letter, he thought it basically served to tell Browns fans to “shut up” about the ongoing head coaching search. See the whole deconstruction of the letter in the video below. [Related: Jimmy Haslam addresses coaching search in letter to season ticket holders]

Check out Jimmy Haslam’s letter to Browns explaining why they still don’t have a head coach

    With each passing day the Cleveland Browns are becoming more and more of a joke around the NFL.  They fired Rob Chudzinski after only one season and now they can’t seem to find a new head coach. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam sent out a letter to fans explaining why they’re taking so long.  You can read it below thanks to Fans...

Browns owner sends a letter to season ticket holders asking for patience

Today the Cleveland Browns fans received a letter from their owner Jimmy Haslam asking for patience, while their team searches for a head coach.  This is what the leader read: Jimmy Haslam’s letter Fans, I thought it was important to take a little bit of time to update you on our head-coach search. We have […]The post Browns owner sends a letter to season ticket holders asking...

Jimmy Haslam pens letter to Browns fans ensuring them that not having hired a coach yet is part of the process

There are a couple of different perceptions about the current Cleveland Browns head coaching vacancy depending on where you reside. If you live outside of Cleveland, you clearly think no one wants the jobs. Especially when see report after report about candidates asking that their names be removed from consideration. If you live in Cleveland, you certainly think someone wants the...

Jimmy Haslam addresses coaching search in letter to season ticket holders

- Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam’s open letter to season ticket holders, sent on January 15, 2014.  

Nobody Wants To Coach The Browns; They Might As Well Hire Me

[via]Dear Jimmy Haslam, Joe Banner, Michael Lombardi, and the rest of the Browns ownership and staff:I know you don’t need me to tell you this, but it’s getting ugly in Cleveland.  After Chud’s firing, it looks like you guys are having a whole lot of trouble finding a suitable replacement.  The latest chapter in this continuing story came today, when Todd Bowles, defensive...

Haslam Updates Fans

As the Browns coaching search enters its third week and other teams are filling their vacant positions, team owner Jimmy Haslam wrote a letter to fans telling them everything is going to be all right.

Browns owner focused on finding 'right' coach

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Amid mounting criticism of a coaching search dragging in its third week, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam sent a letter to Cleveland fans explaining the team's actions. Haslam, who fired coach Rob Chudzinski last month following his first season, said the Browns are being deliberate as they look for the franchise's seventh full-time coach since 1999. Haslam said...

The Cleveland Browns have changed me

The latest round of dysfunction in Berea has taken a serious toll on me as a football fan and it might have permanently changed my perspective of the game. A week or so ago, I got into a conversation with a Twitter follower who has been reading WFNY for some time, and he noted how much I’ve changed in terms of how I look at the Cleveland Browns. Where I once looked for ways they...

Despite concerns with Browns front office, I’m feeling patient during coach search

Despite my feelings about the Cleveland Browns, which I laid out yesterday, I can be objective about the team’s head coaching search. The Browns have a tough job conducting this search because they destroyed an untold amount of their credibility with fans and around the league by firing a coach after just one season. When I read Jimmy Haslam’s letter updating fans on the process...

Browns owner pens letter to fans frustrated with Coaching Search

(Credit: AP Photo/Tony Dejak) There were seven head coaching jobs in the NFL this season, five of them have been filled and official, the other two have taken their time. The Vikings and Browns remain the only two teams with vacancies, and the Vikings are reportedly very interested in Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, leaving the Browns with the only opening. Fans are getting...

Browns Owner Tells Fans HC Search is Purposely Methodical

While the Lions and the Titans have made their final decisions on a new head coach, it seems the Browns have fallen behind in their search. Pats offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles have already removed themselves from consideration, so now the real question is if there is any hope of the Browns being able to tempt anyone of merit to...

Browns send season-ticket holders letter on coaching search

The Cleveland Browns head coaching search has been one of the most interesting stories to follow since firing first-year head coach Rob Chudzinski following the season, and there seems to be no immediate end in sight. Cleveland is reportedly waiting to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase once the Broncos postseason run comes to an end, but there is no guarantee...

Broncos OC Gase tells Browns he's not interested in coach job

Adam Gase has told the Browns not to wait for him. Denver's offensive coordinator removed his name from consideration for Cleveland's head coaching job on Tuesday, FOX Sports 1 NFL Insider Mike Garafolo and other media report. Gase called Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and informed he was withdrawing his name and would not interview after the Super Bowl. The 35-year-old Gase...
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