Berea, Ohio— The winds of change are blowing once again in Berea as the Cleveland Browns have made more off-season moves.

FOX 8 News has confirmed that offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and the Browns have parted ways after sources say he was clashing with the front office.

Quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains who was instrumental in bringing Johnny Manziel to the Browns on draft night was also let go, according to FOX Sports.

The Browns averaged 324 yards per game under Shanahan with Brian Hoyer at quarterback.  Cleveland was also in playoff contention throughout most of the season, in part because of Shanahan and the offense.



Article and Picture Courtesy of WJW Fox 8 News

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