It seems the Cleveland Browns banned the wrong fan for throwing beer, because, well, Cleveland Browns


Good news, everyone! (Spoken in Dennis Green voice) The Cleveland Browns are who we thought they were! After months of Super Bowl hype (Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham! What could go wrong?!

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According to a Cleveland man named Eric Smith, he was informed he had been banned by the Browns from going to future games. The Cleveland Browns Shop NFLS hop.com/ ClevelandBrowns Official Cleveland Browns Gear! Get Back to Football - NFLShop.com. Sign Up & Save 10% · Easy, Safe Shopping · Official Store of the NFL Types: Jerseys, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Headwear, Polos Official Kids NFL Gear Shop Our Top Selection of Kids Gear We Sell NFL Gear For All Ages. Smith was told he was being punished for throwing beer on Titans defensive back Logan Ryan, who leaped into “The Dawg Pound” to celebrate Malcolm Butler’s pick-six. Going into a place called “The Dawg Pound” as an opposing player seems like a pretty stupid thing to do, but nevertheless, we understand why Logan was upset about the incident.

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In fact, Smith claims he hasn’t been to a Browns game since 2010. Considering Cleveland trotted out the three-headed monster of Colt McCoy, Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace that year, we don’t blame him. At least he got out before things really went south during the Hue Jackson Era!

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Trusty kicker Phil Dawson will sign contract to retire as Cleveland Brown

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Phil Dawson has announced his retirement from the NFL. He will sign a contract to retire as a Cleveland Brown.

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‘To have the opportunity to come back home and retire with the organization and the city that I love is incredibly meaningful to me,’ said Dawson in a prepared statement. ‘It only seems right to have the opportunity to do this with the fans that have been so good to me and my family.’

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Dawson appeared in 305 career regular season games during his 21 NFL seasons from 1998-2018. He ranks among the all-time NFL leaders in games played (seventh with 305), field goals made (eighth with 441), points scored (11th with 1,847) and field goal percentage (16th with 83.8), according to Cleveland Browns spokesperson Dan Murphy.

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Date: 2019-08-01T19:30:02.391Z
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