Paul Warfield retires as Browns adviser
Browns Hall of Fame wide receiver Paul Warfield has retired from his position in Cleveland's front office.
Warfield has served as a senior adviser to the club's general manager for the past six seasons. He previously worked as a director of player relations with the Browns.
Warfield's retirement comes one week after the team stripped Jim Brown of his title as executive adviser. Brown had served as a consultant for Browns owner Randy Lerner the past few years. He will remain involved with the team.
Warfield played for Cleveland from 1964-69. He was enshrined in Canton in 1983, following a 13-year career with the Browns and Miami Dolphins. He finished with 427 catches for 8,565 yards and 85 touchdowns.