The Browns were uncharacteristically quiet on "Black Monday" and the days following last season, so this year they had to make up for it. 

After already firing head coach Freddie Kitchens, the Browns parted ways with general manager John Dorsey, according to the team. Dorsey and owner Jimmy Haslam could come to an agreement on restructuring the organization moving forward per Schefter's report. 

Dorsey arrived in Cleveland two years ago after a run as the Chiefs' general manager from 2013-2016.

With the Browns, Dorsey's biggest moves involved drafting Baker Mayfield, Denzel Ward and Nick Chubb while trading for Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. 

The Browns entered the 2019 season with hopes of making the Super Bowl but instead finished 6-10. Mayfield didn't take a step forward in his second season under center, the locker room dysfunction returned, so now Haslam is cleaning house. 

Not that the Ravens were all that worried about the Browns anyway, but another restart by a division rival bodes well for Baltimore's success next season. 

And as the Redskins move on from Bruce Allen, Dorsey could be an option to run football operations alongside reported new coach Ron Rivera. Their interest in him is not yet known, but Dorsey's track record speaks for itself. He knows how to find talent. 

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