Browns running back Jamal Lewis wants the entire organization to be held accountable for the team's struggles. "I wish I had ownership in this team," Lewis told The News-Herald. "I wish [owner] Randy Lerner would entertain the thought. I'd do a whole lot organizationally. It's a bad time, right? Business is struggling, and this is a business." Lewis was then asked what his first change would be if he were Cleveland's owner. "I'm not going to give you that," Lewis said. "I wish I could. It's all about accountability. That's what I would instill ? accountability among everybody. That's how I run my businesses, and they're pretty good businesses. "Everybody is accountable for something. I don't just put it on my employees. I put it on management. I put it on my executives I'm paying the big bucks to. I put it on my executives and management and then everything trickles down to the employees. "I'm not saying that's lacking here, but at the same time, if you were to buy a business that isn't doing well, the first thing you need to look at is who is accountable for areas not doing well and handle it from there."
Lewis Wishes He Had Ownership In Browns