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This offseason, the Cleveland Browns signed a familiar face to run their front office when they brought in Andrew Berry. The youngest GM in the game, Berry spent time with the Browns during the Sashi Brown era as well as the John Dorsey tenure.
While he surely did learn from each of those front offices, that's not where he's borrowed his blueprint for running things in Berea now that he's the boss.
Instead, Albert Breer of The MMQB says that Berry is leaning more on what he learned during the 2019 campaign. During that year, Berry worked with Howie Roseman of the Philadelphia Eagles, and he's trying to borrow some of his strategies for success.
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"The MMQB's Albert Breer shed some light on the structure of the Cleveland Browns structure in his latest column. The front office led by Andrew Berry has taken a similar approach to the Philadelphia Eagles, where Berry spent last season working and learning under Howie Roseman, one of the best general managers in the league."
It's not surprising at all to see Breer say that Berry got his blueprint from the Eagles, a team he spent 2019 with. The Eagles have had plenty of success in the league and Berry surely liked what he saw there and hopes to find some of that success here in Cleveland.
"The biggest offender, and arguably the hardest to rectify was the offensive line. The line isn’t something you can improve with just one new acquisition. Usually, it takes an entire revamping to fix this problem."
The biggest reason for believing that the Browns quarterback will be better in 2020 is the fact that they improved the offensive line in Cleveland. As long as their additions work out, there's no reason to think Mayfield won't return to his previous form.
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Cleveland has been one of the teams linked to defensive end Everson Griffen, who has yet to find a team after being released by the Vikings. However, our own Dan Justik doesn't think the Browns need to go out and sign the veteran defender.