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Cleveland Browns

CLEVELAND BROWNS HISTORY & INFORMATION

2009 Cleveland Browns Football Preview:

Will this finally be the years the Cleveland Browns reward their fans with a trip deep into the playoffs? Browns fans must be hopeful after watching long-suffering Arizona Cardinal fans follow their team to the Super Bowl. The hope of those Cleveland fans will rest squarely on the shoulder of their 2009 quarterback Brady Quinn…or will it be Derek Anderson? Quinn is the most likely opening day starter, but with the injury history of both players there is no telling who will be the QB that ends the season. The Browns will try to ride a strong running game, led by Jamal Lewis, and a surprisingly salty defense a long ways in 2009. Maybe even all the way to the big game in Miami, Florida.

CLEVELAND BROWNS INFORMATION:

Founded: 1946* / 1996 New
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Stadium: Cleveland Browns Stadium
Conference: AFC North
Rivals: Cincinnati Benglas, Detroit Lions
Owners: Randy Lerner
Mascot: CB, Chomp, TD & Trapper
Notable Players: Jim Brown, Otto Graham & Lou Groza

The Cleveland Browns play football in the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). * The Browns franchise was founded in 1946 as part of the All-America Football Conference. The team joined the NFL when that league went under in 1950. The Browns would win 4 NFL Championships before the league merger. After 1970, the team struggled but did have some bright spots like the play of Bernie Kosar, Webster Slaughter, and Ozzie Newsome. They helped lead the Browns to multiple playoff appearances, but never made it very far. In 1996, the Browns team would move to Baltimore and become the Ravens, but the name, logos, history, etc, would remain in Cleveland. The new Cleveland Browns were formed in 1999 and look to make this next season their breakout year.

The Cleveland Browns play their home games at Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The stadium holds over 73,000 fans and sits on the shore of Lake Eerie. A Browns game is an experience any football fan can appreciate. Witnessing the Dawg Pound in person as they terrorize the visiting team and loudly cheer on the Browns is an impressive thing to see. Buy Cleveland Browns tickets today and watch these underdogs make a big impact next season!

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