Browns owners say extensions for Kevin Stefanski and Andrew Berry are coming

The NFL Owners’ meetings are underway in Orlando, Florida, and Cleveland Browns owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam have revealed what some of us have been expecting for a while now. According to the Haslams, Cleveland will soon be extending head coach Kevin Stefanski and Andrew Berry.

Since Stefanski has been in charge for the past four seasons, the team has had 37 wins and two playoff appearances. By comparison, the Browns had 14 wins in the previous four seasons before he took over. The job he did this past season in the face of all the injuries and adversity earned the extension alone.

Andrew Berry has managed the salary cap beautifully since taking over and built a roster good enough to win 11 games with over 25 percent of the salary cap on injured reserve. He has his misses just the same as any general manager, but the overall roster of the Browns is in a great place to win consistently for years to come.

Story originally appeared on Browns Wire