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The Cleveland Browns have had it a little rough in the past few years so Browns tickets are easy to get right now, but this may just be their break out year with many new talented people added to the Browns. The Browns got a new owner, a new general manager, a new head coach, as well as a new offensive and defensive coordinator. Many people left the Browns this year including Frostee Rucker, Chris Gocong, Josh Cribbs, Phil Dawson, Ben Watson, Alex Smith, Mohamed Massaquoi, Usama Young and Sheldon Brown. Barkevious Mingo and Davone Bess have been added as key players to help turn the Browns record around and help lead them into the playoff season.

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Event Date and Time Venue & City  
PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Dec 28, 2014
Sun TBA
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Dec 28, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore, MD
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The Cleveland Browns NFL team is located in Cleveland Ohio. The home stadium of the team is the Cleveland Browns Stadium; they have played all of their home games here since 1999. The team was started in the 1940’s in the All American Football Conference, also known as the AAFC. Paul Brown was their first coach. For about four years of the team’s existence they won championships. The best season for the team was in 1948, however, the team continued to prosper with winning games once they moved up to the NFL in 1950. In the Cleveland Brown’s first season they won the league championship. Recently the Browns have had some good and disaapointing years, however they are continually in the playoff race and tickets can be hard to find when they are winning games