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Cleveland Browns: 5 Big Changes the Browns Must Make in 2012
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The Cleveland Browns finished the 2011 season a disappointing 4-12, frustrating fans and the organization alike with their failure to improve upon a nearly-as-dismal 5-11 2010 record. 

While the record certainly didn't show it, the Browns did improve in many ways from 2010 to 2011. In other areas, they still have a long way to go before the rebuilding process that began in 2010 with the hiring of team president Mike Holmgren will be complete. 

Many see 2012 as a put-up-or-shut-up kind of season for the Browns, the year where the team must prove it's moving in the right direction and getting there at a faster rate than it has managed to do thus far. 

We've already looked at roster changes the Browns need to make before the upcoming season. Now it's time to take a look at what needs to change in the greater sense, whether it's the strategies the team uses or the philosophies behind them or even the way in which they're implemented. 

Following are five major changes the Browns need to make before the 2012 season begins. Please share other big changes you think the Browns need to make in the comments below!

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