Rob Chudzinski is one-and-done in Cleveland.

Chudzinski will be fired after finishing his first season as the Browns’ head coach, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports.

Although the Browns were far from a good team this season — today’s loss drops them to 4-12 — the decision to fire Chudzinski comes as a surprise. Coaches usually get at least a couple years to implement their own way of doing things and show they can build a winner, and considering how bad the Browns were when Chudzinski arrived, it’s odd that Chudzinski can’t get a second season on the job.