Former Browns president Mike Keenan, named the team's chief financial officer last month, appears to have left the organization.
Keenan's name is no longer listed on the Browns' web site, first pointed out Friday night by an online reader of profootballtalk,com.
The Browns' list seems to be recently updated, because it no longer includes members of the pro personnel department, who were relieved of their duties Thursday by new general manager Tom Heckert.
Bryan Wiedmeier, announced Tuesday as the Browns' executive vice president of business operations, is listed below new team president Mike Holmgren. When Holmgren agreed to join the Browns on Dec. 21, Keenan was reassigned.
A certified public accountant, Keenan joined the Browns in January, 2006 after serving as senior director of labor finance for the NFL Management Council.
Keenan's most memorable moment was his uncomfortable introduction of coach Eric Mangini at a press conference on Jan. 8, 2009.