Celebrities, comedians, actors, and national sports reporters all weighed in on the Browns’ moves to fire their general manager, head coach, and promote Sashi Brown to have the final say on the roster.
Here are some of the best responses we’ve seen from well-known Browns’ fans.
Denis Leary of Draft Day:
— Denis Leary (@denisleary) January 4, 2016
Cleveland-native Chris Rose, of NFL Network and MLB Network was on the ESPN 850 show “The GoldenBoyz” with Emmett Golden and Aaron Goldhammer talking about his thoughts on the Browns’ moves. Rose said, “They’re very progressive, the chef is going to coach the D-Line.” He also tweeted this on Sunday.
Browns fire coach & GM. QB is AWOL. A lawyer is picking roster. I thought it was hard for me to feel worse about my team than when I woke up
— Chris Rose (@ChrisRose) January 4, 2016
Mike Polk Jr. is well-known for his hilarious takes on the Browns, who are as much a source of comedy as they are heartbreak. Here are his thoughts on owner Jimmy Haslam’s decision to promote Brown.
Okay, that didn't quite work out. So please welcome your new decision makers, a 38 year old lawyer and my lovely wife. -A Rich Guy #Browns
— Mike Polk Jr. (@mikepolkjr) January 4, 2016
Cleveland legend Drew Carey tweeted this right before it all went down.
Man I hate funerals #Browns
— Drew Carey (@DrewFromTV) January 3, 2016
The Iron Chef, Michael Symon voiced his frustration, and even he didn’t have a recipe for the cure for the franchise.
I literally have a browns hangover…all the pain but none of the fun #someday
— michael symon (@chefsymon) January 4, 2016