The shoe finally dropped in Cleveland today as the Browns fired head coach Hue Jackson after yesterday's 33-18 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cleveland's record of 2-5-1 was 1.5 more wins than Jackson managed in his first two seasons with the Browns, but owner Jimmy Haslam had finally finally finally finally finally seen enough. Jackson's list of accomplishments in Cleveland includes a record of 1-35-1 in games played on Sundays, likely a record that will stand for a long time. No immediate word on whether offensive coordinator Todd Haley or defensive coordinator Gregg Williams or other will be the interim head coach.
UPDATE: It turns out that assistant head coach Al Saunders will be the interim head coach. He was last a head coach in the NFL with the 1988 San Diego Chargers.
UPDATE II: Surprise! Haley has been fired too, according to reporting by Ian Rapoport.
UPDATE III: Surprise again! It's going to be Gregg Williams, not Saunders, who will be the interim coach, per Adam Schefter. Williams, of course, is most famous for overseeing the Bountygate scandal in New Orleans.