Cleveland went full-on Cleveland on Monday, not only canning coach Hue Jackson but also his ever-subversive offensive coordinator, Todd Haley. To be sure, Jackson’s lackluster record and the team’s recent slide — the Browns have lost three in a row — had plenty to do with the firing. With the Browns’ 33-18 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, he fell to a 3-36-1 during his 2½-year tenure, one of the worst winning percentages of any head coach in NFL history, and sources told Yahoo Sports that many in the building had come to believe Jackson’s message had grown stale as the losses mounted, which necessitated a move.

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