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Grossi Provides an Update on the Browns' Uniform Progress

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This time next year, we might know what the Cleveland Browns' uniforms will look like in 2015. According to the latest information obtained by ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi, though, "The changes, still to be finalized, are not going to be drastic." Grossi says that the Browns have been presented with several uniform options by Nike, and they are pleased with how things are going.

It's tough to tell when the uniforms will be chosen, but when they are, Grossi says they will be kept under tight security. The people involved in the decision-process would be team president Alec Scheiner, chief revenue officer Brent Stehlik, vice president of fan experience and marketing Kevin Griffin, and team owner Jimmy Haslam. Grossi indicates that general manager Ray Farmer and head coach Mike Pettine could also have some input.

Check out the rest of Grossi's article for some more insight into the uniform process, and how two uniform concepts by Nike -- the Seahawks and the Buccaneers -- have had different fan reactions depending on one thing: a winning culture.