CLEVELAND (AP) Once Hue Jackson stopped laughing, he got serious.
A day after dropping to 0-13 for the second straight season and 1-28 in his two years coaching the Browns, Jackson said he doesn't believe a report that new Cleveland general manager John Dorsey wants to hire his own coach.
"That is not the feeling that I get at all," Jackson told reporters on a conference call Monday. "I'm focused on the task at hand, which is doing everything I can to work to win games here. I can't really concern myself with those things, but I can honestly tell all of you, I don't think that is the case at all."