Jan 11, 2013; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III during a press conference at the team's training facility. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns send season-ticket holders letter on coaching search

The Cleveland Browns head coaching search has been one of the most interesting stories to follow since firing first-year head coach Rob Chudzinski following the season, and there seems to be no immediate end in sight.

Cleveland is reportedly waiting to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase once the Broncos postseason run comes to an end, but there is no guarantee that he will even have interest in taking the job.

Because of that, the Browns are taking an obvious risk by keeping other candidates waiting, so their fan base has been looking for answers.

In an effort to provide some insight on the coaching staff to the fans, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam sent a letter to all season-ticket holders explaining the team’s process that is currently taking place as they search for their next head coach.

Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland shared an excerpt from the letter on his Twitter timeline. You can read that excerpt below.

“We have purposefully been very methodical in our approach. We believe it is very important to stay disciplined to this process and to interview all of the candidates on our list. We are prepared to wait as long as necessary because this is a very important decision.”

Grossi says that the full letter will be posted later today on espncleveland.com, so stay tuned for further details.

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