Cleveland Browns fire Mike Pettine after two seasons

It was reported earlier this week that the Cleveland Browns were planning on firing head coach Mike Pettine at the conclusion of the season. After Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Browns made true on their promise as they announced the firing of both Pettine and GM Ray Farmer.

The news was first reported by Gregg Rosenthal on NFL.com. Pettine had a record of 10-22 and was fired after just two seasons.

The Browns will now look for their sixth head coach in just 11 seasons. Farmer held his position with the Browns for the last two seasons and was the assistant GM in 2013.

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