One of the most integral positions in all of professional sports is grooming the youth movement for your organization’s future. This is precisely the position that former Redskins director of player personnel held and he will now hold even more responsibility with the Cleveland Browns franchise. Morocco Brown was hired to be Browns general manager Ray Farmer’s second in command in hopes of elevating the Browns talent level. Over the years, Brown has had several other job interviews, but finally after six sea
sons with Washington, he has elected to move on.
Typically, this time of year is when NFL teams decide to make changes within their scouting department and since Cleveland hasn’t qualified for the playoffs since 2002, a move was bound to be made. Nonetheless, the Browns made a large splash in the 2014 draft selecting Justin Gilbert, a cornerback from Oklahoma State, as well as Johnny Manziel, the former Texas A&M quarterback. These two players will be key cogs for Brown’s future with Cleveland and hope to bring the Browns back to relevance within the vaunted AFC North.
Good Luck to Morocco Brown as he moves on to his new position with the Cleveland Browns. For more breaking news please continue to check out Alloverthehill.com.