CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Browns co-owner Dee Haslam publicly disclosed this week the team is exploring a development project which could include building a new stadium downtown or renovating the existing FirstEnergy Stadium.In the Thursday interview with ESPN, Haslam said the Browns don’t know yet what is feasible, but “we do have a desire to make a bigger impact on the future of Cleveland.”Cleveland.com contacted City Hall for a response to Haslam’s statement. Dan Williams, communications director for Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, told cleveland.com he knew nothing about any talks about a new stadium. Because of that, he couldn’t comment further.FirstEnergy Stadium has been home to the Browns since the 1999 season. By the end of the team’s lease in 2029, it will be one of the NFL’s oldest facilities. A new stadium would likely cost more than $1 billion.What do you think? Do the Browns need a new stadium? And if so, who should pick up the tab? The Browns? The NFL? Taxpayers? All of the above?Join us from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to share your thoughts.