The Browns lost an Ivy Leaguer and one of the last holdovers from the Sashi Brown regime.
Andrew Berry, a vice president of player personnel, was hired by the Eagles as vice president of football operations, a league source confirmed to The Chronicle-Telegram on Monday.
Berry, who played cornerback at Harvard, was hired in 2016 by then-head of football operations Brown.
Berry was able to make the transition, working for more than a year under new general manager John Dorsey in the revamped personnel department. He was part of the recent search committee that settled on Freddie Kitchens as coach.
Berry joined the Browns after seven years with the Colts, including the final four as pro scouting coordinator.
Alonzo Highsmith and Ken Kovash remain as VPs of player personnel.
Brandon Sosna, a salary cap and contract analyst, also left the Browns to become the University of Cincinnati’s chief revenue officer, the school announced.
He was with the Browns for two years.
He was born and raised in Cincinnati and had worked for the Bearcats prior to joining the Browns.
** The team waived receiver Daniel Williams, who spent the final four weeks of the season on the practice squad.