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Widely expected to break a 16-year playoff drought after a long rebuild and a significant influx of talent, the Cleveland Browns face-planted with another losing season in 2019.
But to Cleveland's credit, it has done everything right this offseason.
That started with firing 2019 head coach Freddie Kitchens, who was in over his head during a 6-10 debut campaign in which he failed to rein in an undisciplined team. And it continued when Cleveland started fresh with a highly promising, exciting yet accomplished head coach-general manager combo in Kevin Stefanski and Andrew Berry.