Freddie Kitchens is likely to be one-and-done in Cleveland after a disastrous first season with the franchise, according to The Athletic‘s NFL reporter Michael Lombardi.
On Saturday, Lombardi claimed that two separate NFL sources told him that they expect “more than just a head coaching change” before the team takes the field in 2020.
After a promising 2018 season, the Cleveland Browns were not only picked to win the AFC North, they were thought to be a viable Super Bowl contender. They currently sit at 6-9 and have no chance of making the postseason this year.
Former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Baker Mayfield could not recreate his stellar rookie campaign as he has racked up just 19 touchdowns and 18 interceptions through 15 games after compiling 3,725 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions during the 2019 season.