Since the Cleveland Browns were reborn in 1999, there have been several front office makeovers, and now in 2009, another has already begun. One would think that after 10 years of having a team, Cleveland would be ahead of where they currently are, but unfortunately, many say that the 2009 Browns are quite possibly worse than their 1999 version. Now that owner Randy Lerner has fired general manager George Kokinis, the Browns are looking to rebuild their front office only 10 months since the last time it was rebuilt. Lerner has said that he is looking for a "credible leader" to head up all things football for the organization and to become the face and voice of the team. This is kind of like a "virtual owner" without actually being the owner. The problem is that this should have been the foc ...
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