- TitleGeneral manager
- CompanyCleveland Browns
Andrew Berry made history this year as the youngest general manager in NFL history at the age of 32. He’s also one of only two Black GMs currently serving in the league. In January, he was hired as the GM and executive vice president of football operations for the Cleveland Browns. Before that, he was the vice president of football operations for the Philadelphia Eagles and the VP of player personnel for the Browns. He played college football at Harvard as a four-year starting cornerback and three-time All Ivy League selection, and he began his NFL career in scouting with the Indianapolis Colts after turning down an offer for an entry-level position at Goldman Sachs. In his first stint with the Browns, Berry was involved in a massive overhaul of the roster. Now, in his second stint, the GM has said he will draw on his experience from Indianapolis to run a “scouting-centered front office.” With new head coach Kevin Stefanski (the franchise’s eighth in 12 years), Berry is looking to rebuild the Browns, a team that hasn’t made the playoffs since 2002 and has had only two winning seasons since its return to the NFL in 1999.