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Newly Approved Browns Owner Haslam To Hire Banner As CEO
Published October 16, 2012
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Haslam made it clear he would have a very different approach to ownership than Randy Lerner, who did not live in Cleveland and was viewed by many in the city as detached. Haslam, who is from Tennessee, plans to buy a house in Cleveland and said he would be involved in all important decisions of the franchise.
Haslam still owns 12.5% of the Steelers, but said he expected to unwind the full position by the end of the year.