The Haslams accept they didn’t have much idea how to work when they bought the Browns » FirstSportz

Jimmy Haslam
Jimmy Haslam

The Haslams have publicly stated that they had absolutely no experience before deciding to buy the Cleveland Browns. This may come as a surprise given that they were minority owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

However, the Haslams have actually accepted that their time with the Steelers didn’t prepare them for the Browns. The Haslams bought the Browns in August 2012 in a deal worth about $1 billion.

Haslams accept that their time with the Browns was vastly different than with the Steelers

Jimmy and Dee Haslam
Jimmy and Dee Haslam

Jimmy Haslam has said that when they were linked to the Pittsburgh Steelers they were not responsible for the calls. This meant they didn’t have to make any real decisions and therefore had little to worry about. However, this was not the case when they bought the Cleveland Browns.

You say, ‘This is a model franchise. just do it like her‘” Jimmy Haslam said. “But you’re not the one making the decisions and people have already been in place. [General Manager] Kevin Colbert was already there. [Coach] Mike Tomlin was already there.

[The late Dan] Rooney was still there. So you had him and Art [Rooney II leading the organization].”It went smoothly. [Quarterback Ben] Röthlisberger was a young man. We joined in ’07. [Roethlisberger] just came into play. with [Hall of Fame safety Troy] Polamalu, I mean you say, ‘That doesn’t seem very difficult.’

We get Super Bowl rings before we even pay our share. Look, in business, the hiring cycle is different. Usually there are people who train you. The NFL is great, but you’ve all heard us say there’s no such thing as a primer.”

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