A change in ownership can often mean wholesale changes in a franchise's front office, and that may soon be the case with the Cleveland Browns. According to Sports Illustrated's Peter King, new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam may be ready to shake things up come the end of the 2012 season.
King says that Haslam wants to "judge everyone fresh," and that no one in the front office should "feel secure beyond December." That could be bad news for Mike Holmgren, Tom Heckert and Pat Shurmur, who have been unable to change the losing tide in Cleveland. Of course, that trio still has the 2012 season to show marked improvement, and success in the NFL can often come when it's least expected.
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