Last year, Browns owner Randy Lerner fired coach Romeo Crennel and G.M. Phil Savage, only a year after giving each of them contract extensions.
Now, with the Browns at 0-3 and coach Eric Mangini in the eye of a storm of criticism and grievances, some league insiders openly are expressing concern that Mangini won’t make it through the end of the season.
If so, Mangini possibly would be the only head coach fired by two different NFL teams in less than a year.
Butch Davis resigned after 11 games in 2004. In all, the Browns have had five head coaches (permanent and interim) in the decade since they have returned to the league.
UPDATE: As a reader points out, Ray Rhodes was fired by the Eagles after the 1998 season, and then by the Packers after the 1999 season.