About Cleveland Browns
History of 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.
Cleveland Browns Tickets 2019 Season Outlook
The Cleveland Browns hype train is full steam ahead after Baker Mayfield showed the makings of a franchise quarterback last season. Oh, and they traded for some guy named Odell Beckham Jr. for Mayfield to throw to. RB Nick Chubb also looked good as a rookie last year, and he will be joined in the backfield by Kareem Hunt after his 8-game suspension. The Browns offense is loaded.
On the other side of the ball Cleveland added DT Sheldon Richardson and DE Olivier Vernon to a pass-rush that already featured DE Myles Garrett. One year ago the Browns were coming off of an 0-16 season. Now, the talent up and down their roster has them being talked about as legitimate Super Bowl contenders.