The Cleveland Browns are traveling in familiar waters once again as they have embarked on another head coaching search.
This will be the fourth search since owner Jimmy Haslam bought the team in 2012, with the previous hires resulting in Rob Chudzinski, one-and-done after 2013, Mike Pettine, done in by the Johnny Manziel circus and his misguided loyalty to defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil, and Hue Jackson, who was let go last week as the worst head coach in NFL history.
The one constant through all this has been Haslam, who has had a heavy hand in all the hirings, and who also claims to have learned his lesson every time he first a head coach.
This time could be different, however, because of the presence of general manager John Dorsey.

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