Now that the Browns' new braintrust is made up of three Harvard alums, let's take a look at who else they might want to bring in with Crimson roots.
President Barack Obama
President Obama is more of a basketball guy, but he's going to be in the market for a new job this time next season. Maybe he can take Alec Scheiner's job and run the business side of things.
AFP/Getty ImagesMANDEL NGAN
The Browns need a quarterback once again, and Fitzpatrick is a free agent. He may not be much of an improvement over Josh McCown, except when it comes to brain power.
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President George W. Bush
President Bush already has experience owning an MLB team, but it's unlikely he'd want the full-time headache of running a team again. He's taken to painting in his time since leaving office, so perhaps he can give the Browns something they've never really had before -- a logo on their helmets.
Getty ImagesTom Pennington
Assuming he doesn't want to buy the team outright, the Browns would certainly have the best website in the league if they brought Zuckerberg on. Not to mention that the Browns would also have the topsocial media manager in the business, assuming he knows how to use Twitter.
AFP/Getty ImagesMONEY SHARMA
We haven't seen a true funny man in the broadcast booth since Bob Uecker. O'Brien would be the perfect color commentator to add some levity whenever Browns fans are down in the dumps.
Getty Images for MerchantCantosSteve Jennings
Judd has been known to go nuts at University of Kentucky basketball games. The Browns are one of six teams without cheerleaders, but the least they can do is hire Judd to be a fan ambassador in the Dawg Pound.
Getty ImagesGregory Shamus
The former New York City mayor is reportedly considering a presidential run in 2016, but if he thinks better of it, the billionaire could just make Jimmy Haslam an offer he can't refuse. No more Big Gulps in the locker room.