Sources tell Ian Rapoport of NFL Media that unless some of the issues in Cleveland over the next few weeks, the Browns are expected to make changes to fix the ongoing disfunction that has mostly shown up on the offensive side of the ball.
Rapoport mentions that it’s clear HC Hue Jackson and OC Todd Haley have not been on the same page in terms of the team’s offense and several people within the Browns have “battled” to keep the two men working together, but the situation hasn’t improved up to this point.
Should things continue, Rapoport says a move will likely be made.
According to Rapoport, one option is to remove Haley as offensive coordinator.
Last week, Jackson said he planned to become more involved with the offense because, “I’m not going to continue to watch something that I know how to do keep being that way.” However, Jackson later explained that he didn’t mean to imply he could take over play-calling duties.
“One thing that I will never be is reactionary. I am here for one purpose, and that is to help this offense, continue to grow this offense and continue to develop this offense,” Jackson said. “We are all on the same page. Nothing has changed.”
We’ll have more regarding the Browns as the news is available.