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About The Cleveland Browns
Just the mere mention of the Cleveland Browns and a lot of people think of a losing franchise. However, quit the opposite should be given to the Browns. If we stroll back through history when the Cleveland Browns stormed onto the Cleveland Municipal Stadium field in 1946 dawning their white uniforms with brown and orange strips on the sleeves and their white helmets, they were unstoppable dominating the All American Football Conference (AAFC) with four straight titles and one year in 1948 they went undefeated with a 15 – 0 record.
This was all under the guidance of Head Coach Paul Brown who was responsible for building the Cleveland Browns dynasty from 1946 to1949, in the AAFC and from 1950 to 1962, in the NFL. Before he left the Cleveland Browns and went to be the coach and then owner of the Cleveland Browns, Paul Brown’s career record of 167 wins with 53 losses and 8 ties had earned him the title of the winningest coach Cleveland has ever known.
Paul Brown was enshrined into the Football Hall of Fame in Canton Ohio in 1967.
Under the wing of Paul Brown emerged many great players like fullback Jim Brown who had a rushing career of 12,312 yards and was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 1971. There was also quarterback Otto Graham with a career total of 23,584 passing yards and 174 touchdowns, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1965.
The Cleveland Browns has the fifth highest record of Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees, only the Bears, Packer, Steelers and Giants have more players enshrined.
Even though their record doesn’t show it today they still are putting out some of the best players to ever play the game, like Bernie Kosar who played with them from 1985-1993 and threw for over 21 thousand yards (second highest).
Though team players have changed through the years the Cleveland Browns uniform has not made any dramatic changes since their opening debut in 1946. The biggest change to the uniform was in 1950 when they entered into the NFL; they had changed the color of their helmets from white to orange and have remained that way ever since.
The people of Cleveland is another feature that has remained unchanged over the years, they have remained faithful to the Cleveland brown from their first game when they packed the Cleveland Municipal Stadium with 60 plus thousand. They even stayed faithful when Art Model decided to move the franchise to Baltimore Maryland in 1995 and even though this news was announced midway through the season the loyal fans of Cleveland continued to pack the stadium and cheer one of the best teams ever to hit the field.