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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Browns have made changes to their coaching staff this week.

Mike Priefer is relieved of his duties as special teams coordinator, according to the team.

Head coach Kevin Stefanski on Tuesday morning issued the following statement:

“I appreciate everything Prief has done for this team in his three seasons as my special teams coordinator, but I have decided to move in another direction in the best interest of our organization. I know this city will forever be grateful for the job he did as acting head coach in our AFC Wildcard win and for all his contributions while leading the Browns special team’s units for the last four seasons. We wish Prief the best with his next opportunity.”

Reports say Browns QBs coach, Drew Petzing, is headed to Arizona, according to a tweet from Tom Pelissero.

Stay with FOX 8 for the latest developments.