Multiple sources around the NFL tell ESPN’s Adam Schefter that they believe John Dorsey will be out as Cleveland Browns general manager Tuesday.
Dorsey was meeting Tuesday with Browns’ owner Jimmy Haslam to finalize details.
Dorsey, 59, has been the Browns general manager since 2017 after having served in the same capacity with the Chiefs from 2013-16.
The Browns didn’t win a game in Dorsey’s first season, which secured the team the first pick in the 2018 draft. Cleveland took Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield.
The team improved to 7-8-1 last season and then went out and acquired Odell Beckham Jr., Kareem Hunt, Sheldon Richardson and Olivier Vernon. But the Browns stumbled to a 6-10 record, costing head coach Freddie Kitchens his job.
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