New Browns’ Head Coach Hue Jackson’s First Order Of Business? Get Rid Of Johnny Football
The Cleveland Browns today have come to terms with Hue Jackson as their new head coach, according to reports, and that can't be good news for often-controversial quarterback Johnny Manziel.
You ask good questions. I was told Hue made it clear he'd want to move on from Johnny. https://t.co/tkARNfBSyM
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 13, 2016
The Hue Jackson Era in Cleveland will trigger the end of Johnny Manziel and the #Browns. Expect the new coach to move on from the QB.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 13, 2016
Jackson, the Bengals' offensive coordinator in 2015, becomes the Browns' sixth head coach since 2008, over which time the team has gone 37-91. The Browns haven't had a winning record since 2007 (10-6).
The Browns now have to choose a new general manager. Cleveland.com:
Jackson, 50, backed out of his scheduled interview with the Giants when Browns owner Jimmy Haslam called him Wednesday morning and offered him the job. Jackson was supposed to fly to New York today and meet with the Giants on Thursday morning.
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