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Browns - Notable Historical Events

Connie MackFeb 7, 1908

Ty CobbSep 1, 1918

Walter JohnsonAug 25, 1924

Babe RuthAug 21, 1931

Joe DiMaggioJun 24, 1936

Paul BrownFeb 8, 1945

Otto GrahamOct 25, 1953

Jim BrownNov 24, 1957

Pat SummerallDec 14, 1958

John ElwayJan 11, 1987

Bill BelichickFeb 15, 1996

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Browns - Historical Events
Date Event
1886-10-23

St Louis Browns win World Championship by beating Chicago 4-3 in 10

1901-12-03

Milwaukee is dropped from the AL & replaced by St Louis Browns

1905-07-22

Phila Athletic's Weldon Henley no-hits St Louis Browns, 6-0

1905-08-15

Phila A's Rube Waddell no-hits St Louis Browns, 2-0 in 5 innings

1908-02-07

Connie Mack sells hurler Rube Waddell to St Louis Browns for $5,000

1908-07-29

St Louis Browns Rube Waddell strikes out 16 Phila Athletics

1910-07-01

Chicago's Comiskey Park opens - St Louis Browns beat White Sox 2-0

1910-07-01

White Sox Park (Comiskey Park) opens with 2-0 loss to Browns

1910-07-10

Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park opens, visiting Browns win 2-0

1911-07-20

Boston Red Sox Smokey Joe Wood no-hits St Louis Browns, 5-0

1911-07-29

Boston Red Sox Joe Wood no-hits St Louis Browns, 5-0

1911-09-29

Yanks steal 15 bases & get 13 walks, beating Browns 16-12; with a major-league record 6 stolen bases in 1 inning

1912-07-04

Detroit Tiger George Mullen no-hits St Louis Browns, 7-0

1913-11-02

St Louis Browns mgr George Stovall is 1st to jump to Federal League

1916-08-26

Yanks turn triple-play beating Browns 10-6

1916-08-30

Boston's Dutch Leonard no-hits St Louis Browns, 4-0

1917-04-14

Chicago White Sox Ed Cicotte no-hits St Louis Browns, 11-0

1918-09-01

Ty Cobb pitches 2 innings against Browns

1919-07-17

Yanks 21 hits, Browns 17 hits Browns win 7-6 in 17, on squeeze play

1920-10-03

Browns 1st baseman George Sisler gets his record 257th hit of season

1922-09-18

Browns George Sisler's 41-game hit streak is stopped by NY's Joe Bush

1924-08-25

Wash Senator Walter Johnson 2nd no-hitter beats Browns, 2-0 in 7 inn

1926-02-06

St Louis Browns acquire catcher Wally Schang from NY Yankees

1926-09-25

Yankees take a doubleheader from Browns to clinch AL pennant

1926-09-26

Shortest double header, Yanks lose 6-1 in 72 minutes & lose again 6-2 in 55 minutes to Browns. Yanks had already clinched pennant

1927-09-11

After losing 21 in a row to NY, the Browns win their last meeting, 6-2

1930-09-18

NY Yankee pitcher Red Ruffing hits 2 HRs to beat St Louis Browns, 7-6

1930-09-27

White Sox 1st baseman Bud Clancy didn't handle ball at all in a 9 inning game vs St Louis Browns

1931-04-29

Cleve Indian Wes Ferrell no-hits St Louis Browns, 9-0

1931-08-21

Babe Ruth hits his 600th HR, off George Blaeholder of Browns

1931-08-23

Phila A's Lefty Grove, loses 1-0 (Browns) after winning 16 straight

1936-06-24

Joe DiMaggio becomes 5th to hit 2 HRs in 1 inn, Yanks beat Browns 18-4

1936-08-23

17 year old Bob Feller's 1st game, he strikes out 15 St Louis Browns

1936-11-12

St Louis Browns sold to Donald L Barnes & William O DeWitt

1937-06-01

Chicago White Sox Bill Dietrich no-hits St Louis Browns, 8-0

1937-06-13

Joe DiMaggio hits 3 consecutive HRs against St Louis Browns

1937-08-14

Detroit Tigers score 36 runs in double header vs St Louis Browns

1938-06-16

Boston Red Sox Jimmie Foxx is walked a record 6 consecutive times by St Louis Browns

1938-10-09

Cleveland Browns & Chicago Bears play a penalty free NFL game

1938-11-02

Babe Ruth applies for job of St Louis Browns' manager

1939-08-14

1st night games at Comiskey Park (White Sox 5, Browns 2)

1939-08-15

First night game at baseball's Comiskey Park, Sox beat Browns 5-2

1940-05-24

1st night game at St Louis Sportsman Park (Indians 3, Browns 2)

1940-09-16

St Louis Browns Johnny Lucadello is 2nd to HR from each side of plate

1941-06-21

After winning 20 straight at Fenway, Lefty Grove loses to Browns

1941-08-03

Browns pitcher Johnny Niggling gets Joe DiMaggio in 4 at bats to stop DiMaggio's streak of 74 games in reaching base

1943-10-02

Yankees sweep 14th doubleheader of year, beating Browns, 5-1 & 7-6

1944-07-20

Browns Nelson Potter is 1st pitcher suspended for throwing spitballs

1944-09-29

Browns last in AL attendance, only 6,172 watch them sweep Yanks in DH

1944-10-01

St Louis Browns win their only AL pennant

1944-10-04

St Louis Browns win 1st World Series game in their only appearance

1944-10-09

St Louis Cards beat St Louis Browns, 4 games to 2 in 41st World Series

1945-02-08

Paul Brown agrees to coach the new American football expansion team in Cleveland, which would later be named the Cleveland Browns after their coach

1945-04-20

Cleveland Browns organization formed by Arthur "Mickey" McBride

1946-12-22

Cleveland Browns beat NY Yankees 14-9 in AAFC championship game

1947-12-14

Cleveland Browns beat NY Yankees 14-3 in AAFC championship game

1948-12-19

Cleveland Browns beats Buffalo Bills 49-7 in AAFC championship game

1949-03-01

The Browns, owners of Sportsman's Park, move to evict the Cardinals

1949-10-02

St Louis Browns use 9 pitchers, lose to Whites Sox 4-3

1949-12-09

NFL merges Cleveland Browns, SF '49ers & Balt Colts from AAFC

1949-12-11

Cleveland Browns beat SF '49ers 21-7 in final AAFC championship game

1950-06-02

St Louis Browns pitcher Harry Dorish swipes home vs Wash Senators

1950-06-08

Boston Red Sox beat St Louis Browns 29-4 (win by record 25 runs)

1950-09-16

Cleveland Browns (formerly AAFC) play 1st NFL game, beat Phila 35-10)

1950-10-01

Browns lose to Giants, setting club record for fewest points scored by both teams (tied in 1979), NY 6, Cleveland 0

1950-10-08

Cleveland Browns play Pittsburgh for 1st time, beat Steelers 30-17

1950-10-29

Cleveland Browns' Marion Motley sets record for highest avg gain in a game with 17.1 (10 attempts), Cleveland 45, Pittsburgh 7

1950-11-05

Cleveland Browns' Tommy James intercepts 3 passes, club record

1950-12-03

Cleveland Browns last NFL team with no-pass game (beat Phila 13-7)

1950-12-03

Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 12 punts

1950-12-24

Cleveland Browns win NFL championship, beat LA 30-28

1950-12-25

Cleveland Browns beat LA Rams 30-28 in NFL championship game

1951-02-09

St Louis Browns sign pitcher Satchel Paige, 45

1951-07-02

Bill Veeck buys St Louis Browns from Bill & Charlie DeWitt

1951-08-24

Bill Veeck's "Fans Managers' Night", Browns defeat A's 5-3; Browns coaches hold up placards for fans to vote on

1951-11-25

Cleveland Browns penalized a record 209 yards against Chicago Bears

1951-12-23

1st coast-to-coast televised football game (Dumont paid $75,000) LA Rams beat Cleveland Browns 24-17 in NFL championship game

1952-04-23

Bob Cain of Browns & Bob Feller of Indians each pitch a one-hitter

1952-04-28

St Louis Browns lend 2 black minor leaguers to Hankyu Braves of Japan

1952-06-10

St Louis Browns fire manager Rogers Hornsby

1952-12-28

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-7 in NFL championship game

1953-01-08

Indians bar night games with Browns (who refuse to share TV receipts)

1953-01-31

NY, Cleveland, & Boston retaliate at Bill Veeck, forcing the Browns to play afternoon games to avoid sharing TV revenues

1953-03-03

Boston Braves, who own Milwaukee minor league franchise, block St Louis Browns attempt to shift their franchise to Milwaukee

1953-03-16

AL rejects Bill Veeck's request to move St Louis Browns to Baltimore

1953-03-17

Bill Veeck says he will sell his 80% of St Louis Browns for $2,475M

1953-05-17

Yanks & Browns use record 41 players in a game

1953-06-15

Browns end Yankees win streak at 18 & Browns 14-game losing streak

1953-09-16

AL approves St Louis Browns move to become Baltimore Orioles

1953-09-26

Billy Hunter is last St Louis Browns player to homer in a game

1953-09-27

St Louis Browns play last game in Sportsman's Park, losing 100th game

1953-09-29

Balt Mayor D'Alesandro buys Veeck's interest in Browns for $2,475,000

1953-10-07

Bill Veeck tells Browns stockholders he faces bankruptcy unless they drop their suit to block his move to Baltimore, they comply

1953-10-25

Cleveland Browns' QB Otto Graham sets club record with 4 fumbles

1953-10-29

A Baltimore group purchases St Louis Browns

1953-11-17

St Louis Browns officially become the Baltimore Baseball Club Inc

1953-12-22

Jack Dunn III, owner of Balt Orioles in Intl League, turns name over to newly relocated St Louis Browns

1953-12-27

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-16 in NFL championship game

1954-11-07

Cleveland Browns' Chet Hanulak sets club record with 7 punt returns & win by their largest margin of victory (59) beating Wash 62-3

1954-11-28

Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 80-yard punt

1954-12-26

Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Detroit 56-10

1955-12-26

Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Los Angeles Rams 38-14

1957-11-10

Cleveland Browns' Don Paul sets club record for longest fumble return with a 89-yard run (and TD), beating Pittsburgh 24-0

1957-11-24

Cleveland Browns' fullback Jim Brown sets club record of 237 yds rushing

1957-12-29

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 50-14 in NFL championship game

1958-12-14

Pat Summerall kicks game winning field goal for the New York Giants against the Cleveland Browns at Yankee Stadium

1959-10-04

Cleveland Browns' Jim Brown makes club record 37 rushing attempts

1959-11-01

Jim Brown scores 5 TDs in Cleveland Browns 38-31 win over Balt

1959-11-15

Cleveland Browns' halfback Bobby Mitchell sets club record for longest run from scrimmage (90-yards), beat Wash 31-17

1961-03-21

Art Modell purchases Cleveland Browns for then record ($3,925,000)

1963-01-07

The rift between Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell and head coach Paul Brown reaches a boiling point, and Brown is fired

1964-12-12

Cleveland Browns' Frank Ryan sets club record of 5 TD passes

1964-12-27

Cleveland Browns beat Balt Colts 27-0 in NFL championship game

1965-11-28

Browns' Leroy Kelly sets club record for most punt return yds (109)

1966-01-02

Green Bay Packers beat Cleveland Browns 23-12 in NFL championship game

1967-11-12

Packers' Travis Williams returns 2 kickoffs for TDs against Browns, setting largest margin of Browns defeat (48), winning 55-7

1967-11-26

Browns' Carl Ward sets club record with a 104-yd kickoff return

1968-12-29

Balt Colts beat Cleveland Browns 34-0 in NFL championship game

1970-01-04

Minnesota Vikings beat Cleveland Browns 27-7 in NFC championship game

1970-09-21

"Monday Night Football" premieres on ABC - Browns 31, Jets 21

1970-11-14

Paul Brown, as head coach of the expansion Cincinnati Bengals, defeats his former team the Cleveland Browns, a moment he calls his "greatest victory"

1972-10-29

Don Cockroft of Cleveland Browns kicks 57-yard field goal

1975-03-22

A fire at the Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant in Decatur, Alabama causes dangerous lowering of cooling water levels.

1975-10-19

Cleveland Browns' Don Cockroft kicks club record 5 field goals

1976-11-14

Cleveland Browns' Jerry Sherk sets club record with 4 sacks

1977-09-26

Cleveland Browns play their 1st overtime game, beat Patriots 30-27

1979-10-07

Cleveland Browns' Dino Hall sets club records with 9 kickoff returns

1980-12-14

Minnesota Vikings pass for 456 yards against Cleveland Browns, winning 28-24

1981-01-04

"Red Right 88", trailing 14—12 with little time remaining the Browns chose to attempt an end zone pass play (Red Right 88) before trying for a game-winning field goal in the final minute, but the pass is intercepted by Raiders safety Mike Davis and Oakland wins

1981-09-07

Cleveland Browns' Brian Sipe sets club record with 57 pass attempts

1981-11-22

Browns' QB Brian Sipe sets club record by being intercepted 6 times

1981-12-20

Browns set team records for most fumbles (9) & most turnovers (10)

1982-12-05

Cleveland Browns' Brian Sipe sets club record with 33 pass completions

1983-11-20

Cleveland Browns shutout Patriots 30-0

1984-09-30

Browns set a team record for allowing most sacks (11), KC wins 10-6

1984-10-14

Browns' Ozzie Newsome sets club records with 14 receptions for 191 yds

1984-10-21

Cleveland Browns' Steve Cox sets club record with a 60-yd field goal

1984-11-18

Browns set team records for most sacks (11)

1986-09-07

Cleveland Browns becomes 1st team in NFL history to have a play reviewed by instant replay, Chicago 41, Browns 31

1986-09-28

Cleveland Browns' Gerald McNeil sets the team record for the longest punt return with an 84-yard run (and TD), Browns 24, Detroit 21

1987-01-11

"The Drive", trailing the Cleveland Browns 20-13 with only 5:32 remaining in the AFC Championship Game and the ball on their own two-yard line, Denver quarterback John Elway drove his team 98 yards for a touchdown to tie the game, which the Broncos won in overtime to advance to Super Bowl XXI

1987-12-13

Browns set club record for most points scored in a quarter, 28

1988-01-17

"The Fumble", trailing 38-31 with 1:12 left in the AFC Championship Game, the Browns' Earnest Byner fumbled at the Denver 3-yard line, sending the Broncos to their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance

1989-09-10

Browns allow Pittsburgh only 53 net yards, a team defensive record

1989-10-23

Browns' Bernie Kosar sets club record with a 97-yard TD pass

1989-11-05

Browns' Bernie Kosar sets club record of 16 cons pass completions

1990-12-09

Houston scores most points against Cleveland, Oilers 58, Browns 14

1991-11-10

Browns set club record for largest lead blown (led 23-0), Phila 32-30

1992-08-24

Cleveland Browns suffer their worst preseason loss, 56-3, to Vikings

1993-10-10

Browns Najee Mustafaa sets club rec for longest interception (97 yds)

1994-09-04

Cleveland Browns is 1st team in NFL to score a 2-point conversion

1995-08-06

Indians & Browns play in Cleveland on same day for 1st time ever both lose - Chicago 5, Indians 1; Giants 19, Browns 13 (exhibition)

1995-09-10

Browns & Indians, play simultaneous regular season games in Cleve for only time, Browns 22-6 over Tampa, Indians 5-3 over Orioles

1995-09-18

Art Modell 1st meets (he claims) with Balt to move Browns

1995-10-27

Contract finalizing Cleveland Browns' move to Balt is signed

1995-11-06

Art Modell officially announces Cleveland Browns are moving to Balt

1996-02-08

NFL & Cleveland allows Art Modell to move his NFL franchise to Balt but he had to leave the Browns' name behind

1996-02-15

Bill Belichick is fired by the Cleveland Browns, finishing his Cleveland coaching career with a record of 36-44

1996-03-29

Cleveland Browns choose new name, Baltimore Ravens

1996-09-01

Balt Ravens (Cleveland Browns) 1st NFL game, beat Oakland Raiders, 17-14

2016-03-11

Browns waive Johnny Manziel after two rocky years

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Browns - Notable Birthdays

Paul BrownSep 7, 1908

Otto GrahamDec 6, 1921

Jim BrownFeb 17, 1936

Marty SchottenheimerSep 23, 1943

Browns - Birthdays
Date Event
1908-09-07

Paul Brown, Norwalk Ohio, NFL hall of famer (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1913-12-16

Buddy Parker, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1915-03-09

Pete Gray, one-armed outfielder (St Louis Browns)

1919-10-23

Wally Lemm, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1920-06-05

Marion Motley, AAFC, NFL fullback (Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh)

1921-10-05

Bill Willis, AAFC, NFL guard (Cleveland Browns)

1921-12-06

Otto Graham, Waukegan Illinois, NFL Quarterback (Cleveland Browns)

1923-02-23

Dante Lavelli, AAFC/NFL end wide receiver (Cleveland Browns)

1923-05-14

Bill Peterson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1924-01-25

Lou "The Toe" Groza, AAFC, NFL tackle, kicker (Cleveland Browns)

1925-01-25

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1925-06-08

Eddie Gaedel, 3'7" St Louis Browns pinch-hitter (he walked)

1925-06-23

Art Modell, owner (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Modells Stores), (d. 2012)

1926-02-18

Len Ford, NFL end (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers)

1927-11-12

Norman Rassmussen, Incident at Browns Ferry

1930-05-08

Doug Atkins, Humbolt Tn, NFL hall of famer (Browns, Bears, Saints)

1932-04-27

Maxine Brown, rocker (Browns)

1933-03-17

Tom Bettis, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1933-06-10

Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1934-07-24

Willie Davis, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay)

1935-02-15

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1935-06-06

Bobby Mitchell, NFL running back/wide receiver (Browns, Redskins)

1935-08-16

Bill Glass, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1936-02-17

Jim Brown, St. Simons Georgia, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1936-07-31

Bonnie Brown, rocker (Browns)

1937-11-03

Jim Houston, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1938-10-26

Ross Fichtner, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1940-08-20

Gary Collins, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1941-01-29

Bill Nelsen, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-05-20

Leroy Kelly, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-10-15

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-11-13

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1943-03-07

Rick Redman, Cleveland Browns vs. San Diego Chargers

1943-03-30

Bo Scott, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1943-09-23

Marty Schottenheimer, McDonald Pennsylvania, American football coach (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1944-03-28

Eppie Barney, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-02-06

Don Cockroft, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-06-14

Billy Andrews, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-10-30

Ben Davis, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-12-07

Al Woodall, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1946-02-04

Steve O'Neal, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1946-06-05

John Garlington, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1947-02-28

Jess Phillips, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-05-02

Gerald Irons, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-05-22

Fair Hooker, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-01-07

Joe Jones, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-10-16

Rich Caster, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-12-02

Charlie Hall, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1949-04-09

Clarence Scott, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1950-03-02

John Reaves, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1950-04-16

Ron Bolton, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1950-07-03

Steve Crosby, Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings

1950-08-13

Tom DeLeone, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1951-06-21

Don Goode, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1952-9-05

Cleo Miller, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1953-01-17

Dick Ambrose, Art Modell for Moving the Browns to Baltimore

1953-04-01

Robert Jackson, Art Modell for Moving the Browns to Baltimore

1953-08-20

Billy Brooks, San Diego Chargers vs. Cleveland Browns

1954-02-11

Ricky Feacher, Cleveland Browns vs. Seattle Seahawks

1954-11-12

Terry Robiskie, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1956-03-16

Ozzie Newsome, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1956-08-22

Willis Adams, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1958-01-05

Joe Cribbs, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1958-01-07

Kenny Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1958-04-05

Willie Tullis, Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns

1959-06-22

Felix Wright, Earnest Byner for the Browns Losing the 1987 AFC Championship

1959-07-25

Pete Holohan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1960-02-21

Eric Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions

1960-03-20

Steve Brown, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1960-07-21

Barry Redden, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-01-22

Vince Newsome, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-01-27

Dean Steinkuhler, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-02-17

Janet Elway, Earnest Byner for the Browns Losing the 1987 AFC Championship

1961-03-21

Robert Lyles, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-07-18

Terry Taylor, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-08-26

Patrick Allen, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-10-12

Chris Foerster, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-02-25

John Grimsley, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1962-08-29

Carl Banks, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, NY Giants)

1962-09-15

Earnest Byner, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1962-9-17

Don Rogers, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1962-9-23

Mike Charles, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1963-02-10

Bennie Thompson, NFLer (Saints, Chiefs, Cleveland Browns/Ravens)

1963-02-25

Bruce Davis, Cleveland Browns vs. Seattle Seahawks

1963-11-13

Vinny Testaverde, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1963-11-25

Bernie Kosar, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns)

1964-03-17

Don Griffin, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1964-06-29

Pepper Johnson, NFL linebacker (NY Giants, Cleveland Browns)

1964-08-03

Johnny Thomas, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1965-01-21

Eric Moore, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1965-08-06

Brian Kinchen, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1965-12-15

Walter Reeves, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1966-02-06

Tom Tupa, NFL punter/quarterback (Cleveland Browns, NE Patriots)

1966-02-28

Tim Goad, NFL defensive tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1966-03-14

Tony Woods, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1966-04-12

Lorenzo White, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1966-04-12

Lorenzo White, Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings

1966-05-24

Tony Jones, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)

1966-06-09

Tamela J. Mann, Meet the Browns

1966-08-07

David Mann, Meet the Browns

1967-02-09

Stevon Moore, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1967-03-18

Andre Rison, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, KC Chiefs)

1967-08-27

Rob Burnett, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens)

1967-12-15

Frank Hartley, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1968-01-27

Anthony Pleasant, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1968-01-27

Matt Stover, NFL kicker (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1968-05-15

Leroy Hoard, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings)

1968-05-18

Ernie Logan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1968-07-26

David Hansen, Drew Goes to the Browns' Game

1968-09-20

Eric Turner, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)

1968-11-05

Bob Dahl, NFL guard/tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1969-01-13

Dan Footman, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts)

1969-01-14

Rico Smith, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns)

1969-02-07

Bucky Richardson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1969-02-20

Tommy Vardell, El Cajon, California, American NFL fullback (Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions)

1969-03-15

Louis Riddick, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1969-06-20

Gerald Dixon, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-07-08

Dana Hall, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)

1969-10-03

Eddie Sutter, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1969-11-28

Pio Sagapolutele, NFL defensive tackle (NO Saints, Cleveland Browns)

1969-12-19

Michael Bates, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers)

1970-01-06

Keenan McCardell, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Jaguars)

1970-04-05

Tim Jacobs, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins)

1970-04-08

Harold Bishop, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1970-08-21

Steve Everitt, NFL center (Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-10-12

Herman Arvie, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1970-12-12

Orlando Brown, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1970-9-18

Everett Lindsay, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns

1971-01-06

Jed DeVries, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1971-01-30

Quentin Neujahr, NFL center (Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns)

1971-02-12

Romeo Bandison, NFL defensive tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1971-02-19

Wally Williams, NFL center/guard (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-04-15

Rich McKenzie, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns)

1971-05-01

Corey Fuller, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1971-05-23

Issac Booth, NFL cornerback/safety (Cleveland Browns)

1971-08-31

Mike Caldwell, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals)

1971-11-06

Derrick Alexander, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-11-13

Craig Powell, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns)

1971-12-21

Ernest Hunter, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1972-01-14

Michael Davis, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1972-07-31

Antonio Langham, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1972-08-06

Mike Frederick, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1972-09-06

Eric Zeier, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns)

1973-03-10

Earl Little, St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns

1976-10-27

Arturo Freeman, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-12-09

Daylon McCutcheon, Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1978-05-15

Juqua Thomas, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-07-17

Kevin Curtis, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-10-26

Dave Zastudil, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1979-10-10

Kawika Mitchell, Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills

1979-12-07

Walter Young, Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

1979-9-03

Langston Walker, Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills

1980-01-24

Rocky Boiman, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

1980-08-17

Corey Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1981-06-02

Stefan Logan, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

1981-12-30

Kyle Eckel, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1982-05-24

Rian Wallace, Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

1983-05-08

Lawrence Vickers, Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

1984-05-24

Brodney Pool, New York Giants vs. Cleveland Browns

1986-11-28

Joe Burnett, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

Browns - Notable Deaths

Paul BrownAug 5, 1991

Browns - Deaths
Date Event
1986-06-27

Don Rogers, of Cleveland Browns, dies of cocaine poisoning

1986-06-27

Don Rogers, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1988-10-02

Wally Lemm, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1991-08-05

Paul Brown, NFL founder (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals), dies at 82

1993-08-05

Bill Peterson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1999-06-30

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

2000-02-10

John Garlington, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

2000-11-29

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

2003-07-18

Norman Rassmussen, Incident at Browns Ferry

2004-01-21

Eppie Barney, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

2008-02-06

John Grimsley, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

2008-10-20

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

2010-07-09

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

2013-04-02

Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

2015-02-28

Tom Bettis, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns


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