Freddie Kitchens threatens to fire Browns assistants who leak to media
Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens is not going to stand by while his assistant coaches anonymously leak information to the media.
On Monday, Kitchens promised to root out any leaks from within the organization, saying the days of anonymous information are “over” — and anyone on his staff caught leaking it will be fired.
#Browns HC Freddie Kitchens: "The days of inside information and the days of unnamed sources have ended. You're not going to get any information like that. Ever. Anybody. And if I ever see it, they're fired. Immediately. That's the way we're running this organization."
— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) August 5, 2019
Kitchens is certainly putting his stamp on the organization. He has to, as expectations are high for the first time in quite a while.
The Browns have been a comical organization in the past, and part of that has come from internal leaks, which can make the organization look bad and like they don’t have things under control. That may be why Kitchens is so determined to root them out. He’s not the only one who is weary of leaks.