Browns general manager John Dorsey walked back his comment last week about the previous regime not getting real players, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
“It’s pretty easy,” Dorsey said. “I’m not a professional wordsmith, I’m a football guy, ok? My intent was to say we don’t have enough good football players. There’s some good football players on this team and if I have my way, we’ll get more football (players). We’ll create that competitive depth at every position.”
“That’s what I’m going to do. Are there some good, young football players on this team? You bet there are. But you know what, we’re going to get some more football players on this team and we’re going to get some W’s here too.”
He noted that he wasn’t taking aim at his predecessor, Sashi Brown, who was fired.
“I don’t take shots at past regimes or anything like that,” he said. “I think Sashi’s a good person. I’m going to try to do things the way I think will help this organization move forward, and that’s how I’m going to go about my business. I live in the present and build for the future.”
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