​Looks like the Browns may be keeping it in the division. 

Cleveland is searching for an offensive coordinator after the second year of Hue Jackson's reign proved that this team needed some help in the play calling department. Now, it sounds like they're focusing in on their target. 

According to reports, all signs point to the Browns hiring ​former Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley to the same position in Cleveland. 

​​Haley was let go by the Steelers after their disappointing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional round of the playoffs, despite putting up 42 points in the contest. 

He helped turn the Steelers into an explosive unit, although that is likely more due to the fact that the Steelers have a ​combination of weapons of which this league has never seen.

He can get creative with his play calling, and that's exactly what the Browns are looking for at that position right now. Even better, he's obviously familiar with the Steelers. 

All in all, this owulsolid hire for the Browns.