The Browns have made another hired on the business side of the organization by bringing in Brent Stehlik as their executive vice president -- chief revenue officer, a league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the move.
The team has yet to announce the hiring, which is one of many changes on the horizon for the Browns. The new regime of owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner is expected to part with coach Pat Shurmur and General Manager Tom Heckert by Monday.
The Browns (5-10) will face the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) in the season finale at 1 p.m. today at Heinz Field.
Stehlik, a Cleveland native and Mount Union graduate, previously served as the senior vice president of business operations for the San Diego Padres. He oversaw all aspects of revenue generation and marketing for the Padres.
On Dec. 18, the Browns named Alec Scheiner their president. He will oversee the day-to-day business operations of the organization.
Stehlik and Scheiner previously worked together while they were with the Dallas Cowboys.