CLEVELAND (AP) — Like so many Browns coaches before him, Kevin Stefanski won the news conference. As he'll soon find out, the games will be so much tougher.

The former Vikings offensive coordinator was introduced Tuesday as Cleveland's new coach, the 18th in the team's history and 10th since the Browns expansion return in 1999. He's also the sixth hired in just the past eight years by owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam, whose atrocious track record with coaches and front office executives — and bad draft picks — best explains the Browns' inability to win.

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