The Cleveland Browns have made key changes to their front office just days before the NFL scouting combine, firing chief executive officer Joe Banner and general manager Michael Lombardi.
The duo will depart their positions after less than two years with the franchise, with assistant general manager Ray Farmer to be promoted, effective immediately.
In a statement, Banner said: "It is bittersweet leaving the Browns organization. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Jimmy Haslam and helping him set the infrastructure for this franchise.
"I am proud of the talented individuals we brought in to help lead this team and feel that the Cleveland Browns are in good hands moving forward."