He’s got only four cornerbacks, a new wide receiver with blazing speed but brittle hands, and a locker room still reeling after two popular players got cut last week.
On top of that, the rival Pittsburgh Steelers are coming to town for the opener.
Problems, for sure.
“This is where we are,” he said Monday, following another tumultuous week for the Browns. “This is the situation we are in, and I think we are moving forward. I think things have gotten better, I really do.”
Jackson understands the outside perception of his team isn’t positive. After all, last week alone the Browns jettisoned two first-round draft picks in cornerback
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