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Cleveland Browns unveil return to stadium plan for FirstEnergy Stadium

Ahead of Thursday's home opener, Browns Chief Operating Officer David Jenkins and VP of Finance and Administration Greg Rush met with reporters via teleconference to unveil the team's "Return To Stadium" plan, which includes the following seven key principles for hosting home games:

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Browns place David Njoku on injured reserve, tight end reportedly dealing with sprained MCL

The Cleveland Browns started the 2020 season on the wrong foot after getting blown out by the Baltimore Ravens in the opener, 38-6. Quarterback Baker Mayfield threw an interception on the very first drive of the game and it was essentially all downhill from there.

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Browns waive Austin Seibert, elevate Cody Parkey from practice squad after Seibert misses PAT and FG in loss to Ravens

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski made it clear after Sunday’s 38-6 loss to the Ravens that he wasn’t happy with second-year kicker Austin Seibert, and the team wasted no time in waiving him on Monday, a league source told cleveland.com.

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Browns RB Kareem Hunt signs 2-year contract extension

Kareem Hunt came home when he signed with the Browns in early 2019, and it's going to stay that way for years to come.

The Browns on Tuesday signed Hunt to a two-year contract extension, keeping him in Cleveland through the 2022 season. Hunt, who was born in Elyria and starred at Willoughby South High School, was set to play on the last year of his contract in 2020 but now has the long-term security he and his hometown team have been collectively seeking.

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OHSAA Committed to Tournaments Despite Financial Cuts and Uncertainties

OHSAA Committed to Tournaments Despite Financial Cuts and Uncertainties
With 80-percent of OHSAA revenue coming from ticket sales at tournaments, additional cuts announced

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association plans to move forward with tournaments for all 26 of its sanctioned sports this school year, but will make cuts in other areas due a significant decrease in revenue from the cancellation of tournaments earlier this year and greatly reduced attendance permitted at upcoming tournaments.

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