About Cleveland Browns
For Cleveland Browns fans, history has proven to have its ups and its downs. From losing in heartbreaking fashion in 1986 to the Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship game to having their team taken from them and moved to Baltimore in 1995, the fans in Cleveland have good reason to have lost faith in their team. But year after year, these fans show how important the Cleveland Browns are to them by getting Cleveland Browns tickets and filling their home stadium to capacity. Get on board and find great seats today from TicketNetwork, the best place to find Browns football tickets this NFL season!
Although the Cleveland Browns have never won a Super Bowl, their fans have always been among the most loyal in the National Football League. In 1995, fans were devastated to find out that then-owner Art Modell agreed to move the team to Baltimore, where they would become the the Baltimore Ravens. Despite protests and lawsuits, the Browns left Cleveland following the 1995 season. It wasn't long before the NFL realized that football needed a team in C-Town and awarded them an expansion team in 1998. The Cleveland Browns were born again as diehard fans bought Browns tickets in droves for the team's return, and since then, the Browns have been trying to rebuild the winning tradition.
The Browns had a record breaking losing season in 2017. Cleveland finished the regular season 0-16; a horrendous record that only the 2008 Detroit Lions have also experienced. The Browns are hoping to improve this season under new general manager John Dorsey. In addition to having a new general manager, the Browns were able to acquire two impressive first round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft. The number one pick the Browns selected was quarterback Baker Mayfield from University of Oklahoma. Cornerback Denzel Ward from Ohio State University was chosen by the Browns as the fourth pick. Cleveland also had two second picks including offensive tackle Austin Corbett from University of Nevada and running back Nick Chubb from University of Georgia. With these exceptional draft picks things may be turning around for the Cleveland Browns.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns’ season begins on September 9th against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Browns play all their home games at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH. Other matchups the Browns will face this season are division rivals Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. TicketNetwork connects you to a great selection of pro football tickets for the Cleveland Browns, as well as cheap NFL tickets for every other team in the league. Buy NFL tickets for the new season today!