Cleveland Indians join fans in trolling Hue Jackson’s firing

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Hue Jackson was sacked on Monday, a day after the Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers and fell to 2-5-1.

Freddie Kitchens has officially been promoted to Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator, replacing Todd Haley after the Black Monday firings in Berea.

After losing two key coaches on offense this past offseason - Greg Olson and Matt LaFleur - the Los Angeles Rams could have another coach of interest to the Cleveland Browns.

Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and wide receivers coach Al Saunders are all interim candidates capable of finishing the season. According to PFTCommenter, it marks the sixth straight time that a Browns head coach has been fired after the second game of the season against the Steelers.

CLEVELAND, OHIO - DECEMBER 1, 2013: Cleveland Browns fans sit in the stands with paper bags over their heads during a game between the Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. They tied Pittsburgh in Week 1, but were beaten 33-18 on Sunday by the Steelers.

The Browns will host the 7-1 Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9. Haley and Williams are former National Football League head coaches. Cleveland was 1-15 in Jackson's first season and 0-16 last season.

Last week, Jackson's offer to help Haley following a loss in Tampa Bay underscored another power struggle as Jackson fought to stay in control.

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