Browns’ Freddie Kitchens vows to fire staff members if info leaked to media

first_img“The days of inside information and the days of unnamed sources and stuff like that have ended. So you’re not going to get information like that, ever. Anybody. And if I ever see it, they’re fired. Immediately. That’s the way we’re running this organization,” Kitchens said, via ProFootballTalk.Kitchens’ revelation comes after he was asked about former Browns assistant Bob Wylie, who said the Browns should have kept Gregg Williams as head coach and not have hired Kitchens for the job. Related News However, it’s worth noting that Wylie said that publicly and didn’t hide behind anonymity when he made that comment. Redskins tab Colt McCoy as starter, Dwayne Haskins QB3 in first depth chart Members of the Browns staff have been warned.First-year Cleveland coach Freddie Kitchens said if he hears of any of his assistants or staff members leaking information to the media as an unidentified source, that person will lose his job.center_img The Browns have been heavily scrutinized for many years because of how bad they’ve been, in large part due to their revolving door at quarterback. This season, many expect the team, coming off a 7-8-1 mark, to be even better under Kitchens, his staff and second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield.The additions of Odell Beckham Jr. and Kareem Hunt have heightened the expectations, as well.But this offseason hasn’t been without controversy — running back Duke Johnson reportedly requested a trade but was denied after the Browns signed Hunt. Alex Lewis announces Ravens released him after 3 seasonslast_img read more

AME Church Donates US$3,000 to Sierra Leone Mudslide Victims

first_imgThe Eliza Turner African Methodist Episcopal Church on Camp Johnson Road, over the weekend donated the amount of US$3,000 to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Monrovia for survivors of the recent environmental catastrophe in Freetown that left about 500 residents dead.Alvin E. Attah, head Pastor of the church, said the gesture is aimed at identifying with the people of neighboring Sierra Leone, where there are many AME Churches that are part of the 14th Episcopal District in seven West African countries.Presenting the money formally at the Sierra Leone Embassy, Mr. Attah said the 14th Episcopal District had already identified with the AME Church in Sierra Leone, so Eliza Turner AME Church in Monrovia decided to go a step further, noting that victims of the incident include people from other denominations and religions so this is the church’s own way of identifying with the Government of Sierra Leone “to let them know that when they are crying, we are also crying, when they are in need, we are also in need.”Rev. Attah noted that the mission of the Church is not only to minister to the spiritual needs of people, but also to seen human kind as one big family therefore, we have come with the love of Jesus to our brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers”, he said.In the early hours of Monday, August 14, 2017, Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone located in the 14th Episcopal District where E. Earl McCloud, Jr. presides as Bishop, was hit by heavy rain, followed by an unprecedented mudslides and massive flooding.The area has suffered incredible devastation. To-date, more than four hundred (400) people have lost their lives, and over the next five (5) years it is anticipated that more bodies will wash up on the Atlantic shore from this human tragedy. Meanwhile, Head Chancery at the Sierra Leone Embassy here, Dr. Roseline I. Turay, thanked the church for coming to the aid of the people of Sierra Leone, assuring that the money will be forwarded to the Government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more