There’s definitely going to be some sort of power struggle in Cleveland following what promises to be another last-place finish for the Browns this season. Head coach Hue Jackson and Co. entered Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars with a 0-9 record. The team has won a grand total of one game since Jackson took on the head coaching role last season. Needless to say, things are not going swimmingly for this long downtrodden organization. And now, it looks like Jackson himself wants a larger role in player personnel decisions. “Jackson is believed to want to have his voice heard alongside executives such as (GM Sashi) Brown, Andrew Berry, Paul DePodesta and others,” NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday. Rapoport went on to note that Jackson does have some input on key decisions, but there’s been a general disagreement over the direction of the roster.