Browns Hire New GM Hours After Firing Top Executive
CLEVELAND (AP) — John Dorsey turned the Kansas City Chiefs back into winners. His new project is more daunting.
The Cleveland Browns have hired Dorsey to be their new general manager and fix a team that has won just one game over the past two seasons and remains in a perpetual search for a franchise quarterback.
Owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam wasted no time in landing Dorsey, who was brought in hours after the team fired vice president of football operations Sashi Brown after less than two seasons.
Brown was able to acquire future assets during his tenure, but he missed on quarterbacks in the draft and the Browns went just 1-27 under his watch.