Cleveland Browns Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- AFC North
- Year Founded
- Super Bowl Titles
- Hue Jackson
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- FirstEnergy Stadium
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- Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals
2018 Cleveland Browns Schedule
It's a new era for the Cleveland Browns!
With a franchise quarterback now in tow, and one of the best, young defenses in the league, things are looking up for the Browns. Don't miss out on your chance to be there to watch as the Browns try to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2002! Check out Cleveland's 2018 schedule, and buy your Browns tickets today!
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About the Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns have a unique history. Founded in 1946 as a member of the All-America Football Conference, the Browns joined the NFL just four years later, in 1950. Cleveland immediately won the NFL Championship in 1950, and won it again in 1954, 1955 and 1964. Since then, however, the Browns have not captured a championship -- and haven't even appeared in the Super Bowl.
The Browns remained in existence until 1996, when owner Art Modell moved the team from Cleveland to Baltimore, where the Browns became the Ravens. As a stipulation, the Ravens were forced to give up the Browns' franchise records -- leaving everything Browns related behind in the city of Cleveland, essentially starting anew as an expanstion team.
In 1999, the Browns re-joined the NFL, under the ownership of Randy Lerner. Over a decade later, Lerner decided to sell the Browns to Jimmy Haslam for $1 billion. Since re-joining the NFL, the Browns have made the playoffs just one time -- in 2002. With one of the top defensive units, and one of the most explosive wide receivers in the NFL in Josh Gordon, the Browns and Johnny Manziel are ready to turn their fortunes around.