5 Ways Jimmy Haslam Can Bring a Winning Culture to the Cleveland Browns

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5 Ways Jimmy Haslam Can Bring a Winning Culture to the Cleveland Browns
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The Cleveland Browns are known as arguably the worst team in the NFL today. 

Extended losing streaks, poor play and consecutive unsuccessful seasons all lead to the Browns consistently being at the bottom of the AFC North division, which leaves Cleveland fans virtually nothing to be excited about year after year. 

Brandon Weeden was brought in from the 2012 Draft in an attempt to give life to the Browns' quarterback position after years of mediocre play, but the Browns still stand 2-7 on the season on November 9, 2012. 

It will take a lot, but recently appointed owner Jimmy Haslam has the opportunity to turn this franchise around and bring back winning ways to Cleveland.

Among those many ways, the top five most important have to do with talent and pride, which are staples for any successful organization.  

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