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Browns extend coach Stefanski, GM Berry

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The Cleveland Browns signed head coach Kevin Stefanski and general manager Andrew Berry to contract extensions, the team announced Wednesday.

The terms of the extensions weren't announced.

Stefanski and Berry both joined the Browns in their current roles in 2020. Berry was previously the club's vice president of player personnel from 2016-18.

The Browns own a 37-30 record during the pair's tenure in Cleveland. The team earned its first playoff victory in 26 seasons when it downed the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-37 in the 2020 playoffs. The game marked the franchise's first playoff appearance since 2002.

Stefanski has won Coach of the Year twice in his four years with the team. The first time came after an 11-5 finish in 2020, and the second time came after this past season, when the franchise went 11-6 despite starting five different quarterbacks during the campaign.

Berry, meanwhile, was responsible for drafting tackle Jedrick Willis and cornerback Greg Newsome in the first round.

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