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NFL schedule release 2020
Despite COVID-19, the NFL is still planning on releasing a full schedule. The schedule is typically released end of April, generally a week before the draft. However, this year, the 2020 NFL schedule has been delayed. Rumors are circulating that it will take place week of May 4.
Cleveland Browns Tickets
Team: Cleveland Browns
Home Games: FirstEnergy Stadium
Head Coach: Freddie Kitchens
Championships: Four NFL Championships
All-Time Greats: Bernie Kosar, Brian Sipe, Jim Ray Smith, Bill Glass, Vince Costello
Many football teams have names derived from pop culture or certain trends that were going on at the time they were created. However, the Cleveland Browns are named simply for the team's original founder, Paul Brown. The Browns didn't need a fancy title in order to dominate the All-America Football Conference that the team helped to charter, amassing 47 wins out of 54 games over the course of just a few years. Once the AAFC dissolved, the Browns joined the NFL alongside teams such as the 49ers. The Browns' inaugural season was a good one that scored several wins as teams from the AAFC merged for the first time with the NFL. The Browns team had a small period of inactivity starting in 1995 when the owner suggested moving the franchise to Baltimore, much to the chagrin of fans. Everyone reached a compromise, and the Cleveland Browns resumed operations in 1999. Get your Cleveland Browns tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Cleveland Browns game?
StubHub is a great choice for tickets or passes to any game featured in the Cleveland Browns' schedule this year. Thanks to guarantees via StubHub, you can purchase the Cleveland Browns tickets of your choice well in advance. You'll also have access to pricing information, venue locations and opposing football teams when you visit StubHub to plan your next season of Cleveland Browns' games.
What are the top games this year for the Cleveland Browns?
The team has several exciting games coming up for this season. Some tickets for games against the Miami Dolphins include premium game day party passes. You can also see the team play against rivals such as the Bengals, Steelers or the Ravens.
Who are the Cleveland Browns’ biggest rivals in their conference?
The Browns team has rivalries with all three of the opponents in its division of the American Football Conference North. These teams include the Cincinnati Bengals, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens. The most intense rivalry by far has been with the Steelers. However, it is interesting to note that the Browns' rivalry with the Bengals came about originally thanks to some personal issues between Paul Brown and new team owner Art Modell. Modell fired Brown, and the latter founded the Bengals. Sociocultural differences between opposite ends of Ohio also fueled this rivalry.
What was the Cleveland Browns’ record last season?
2017 was the worst season in the history of the franchise, accruing 16 losses for the Browns and no wins. However, the team managed to improve on those numbers for the 2018 season. The Browns finished third in the division with seven wins to eight losses and one game ending in a tie. In 2019 the Browns finished third again with a record of 6-10.
Who is the head coach for the Cleveland Browns?
Freddie Kitchens is the current head coach for the team. Kitchens had already coached other teams in the past as well. The 2018 season for the Browns was a bit of a disappointment. The head coach at the time was fired midseason, and Kitchens became the offensive coordinator under interim coach Gregg Williams. At the start of the 2019 season, Kitchens became the head coach for the Browns.
How big is the home stadium for the Cleveland Browns?
The FirstEnergy Stadium started out in 1999 as the Cleveland Browns Stadium, launching the same year that the team restarted. It can seat 67,431 fans.
Do the Cleveland Browns have any historical rivalries?
Yes, in addition to some of the ongoing rivalries between other teams, the Cleveland Browns team has had historical run-ins with the Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos. Although the team's biggest rival during its AAFC years was the 49ers, that relationship has warmed somewhat. The 49ers even assisted the Browns during the 1999 relaunch of the latter team.
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