James Haslam, incoming owner of the Cleveland Browns, was on FOX Business on Thursday and had one very important thing that Browns fans need to hear:
Nothing is changing until the season is over. No one is getting fired the second Haslam takes over. No one is cleaning out their offices "right this very minute" as some have claimed on an almost daily basis since it was announced that Haslam was purchasing the team from Randy Lerner.
“I don’t think anybody thinks 0-4 (is acceptable) and certainly Mike Holmgren and Pat Shurmur don’t think it is, and we don’t think it is,” Haslam said in the video. “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 made toward the end of the year.”
As we've been saying since Haslam rolled into town, he is the type of person who studies the situation carefully and weighs his options before making a decision. He's not going to fire someone just to show who's the boss or make a change for change's sake.
The hoople heads are not going to like today's news, but that's the way real NFL teams operate. Time to start getting used to it.
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