New Browns owner will wait until the offseason to make any changes

According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam told the FOX Business Network that he won’t make any changes to the organization until after the season is over.

“I don’t think anybody thinks 0-4 (is acceptable) and certainly (President) Mike Holmgren and Pat Shumur don’t think it is, and we don’t think it is,” Haslam said. “But we’ve got a young team. We’re building. I think we’re heading in the right direction.

“We don’t officially own the team yet, and we’ve said all along that we’re not going to make any comments on personnel until after we own the team. That’s in about two weeks. And, candidly, we’ll be halfway through the football season then, so any personnel decisions we’d make would be toward the end of the year.”

Once this season is over, Haslam is expected to fire Browns president Mike Holmgren who’s done nothing but underachieved during his time in Cleveland.