Cleveland Browns Fire George Kokinis As GM

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Tom Delamater in NFL
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Reports out of Cleveland on Monday night say George Kokinis has been fired as general manager of the Browns. Kokinis was reportedly escorted out of the team's practice facility in Berea, Ohio, by security personnel. He was hired in January at the urging of head coach Eric Mangini, but had kept mostly a low profile in his 10 months with the team. Kokinis' departure comes on the heels of owner Randy Lerner's firing of Erin O'Brien, director of team operations, who had also been hired based on Mangini's recommendation. Kokinis' 18-year NFL pedigree included 13 years with the Baltimore Ravens. Browns fans have been particularly vocal in this, the 11th season since Cleveland's 1999 return to the NFL. Two season ticketholders are calling for a boycott of the kickoff when the Browns take on the R ...

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