John Dorsey wasted no time making a strong first impression after being hired as the new general manager of the Cleveland Browns.

Per Mary Kay Cabot of, Dorsey made it clear during a recent radio interview what he thinks of the job that the prior regime did to construct the current roster.

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“You know what? You've got to get (Hue Jackson) players,” Dorsey told the “Really Big Show” with Aaron Goldhammer on WKNR 850, the radio home of the Browns. “And you know what? I'll come straight out with it. The guys who were here before, that system, they didn't get real players.”

Dorsey also stated the old adage that many others around the league continue to use in reference to Bill Parcells: “You are what your record say you are.” The Browns have been atrocious over the last two seasons, currently holding a 1-27 record in their last 28 regular seasons games. He also went as far to state that there's no guarantee head coach Hue Jackson will return for 2018.

The Browns decided to go with an outside the box approach with their last regime, utilizing a more analytic-based approach with then-general manager Sashi Brown and Chief Strategy Officer Paul DePodesta. However, it resulted in more of the same, with 24 draft picks and 17 trades that have only led to one win on the field. Meanwhile, they passed up on promising quarterback talents in the draft such as Carson Wentz, Jared Goff, and Deshaun Watson.

This only persists the overlaying negative culture around the franchise that has resulted in nonstop disappointing seasons over nearly two decades. Meanwhile, Dorsey has plenty of success as a personnel executive over his 26 years in the league, which includes being a part of 19 playoff teams over that span.

Following the move to immediately part ways with veteran wide receiver Kenny Britt last week, it is quite evident that great change is on the horizon in Cleveland.