One of these days, the Cleveland Browns will put a statue of a team legend outside the stadium. The only question is, who do they choose?
Despite recent history, there are a number of worthy candidates, with older generation players like Jim Brown and Otto Graham coming to mind. That being said, Tony Grossi believes it shouldn’t even be a debate: the founder and first head coach, Paul Brown, should be the first to get a statue.
Who do you think should be the first to get a statue outside Cleveland Browns Stadium?
And now, some links for you on this Friday afternoon:
- Browns want taxpayers to give them a deal on parking (Pro Football Talk)
- Wide receiver Greg Little might attend the off-field activities if the Browns players hold another “Camp Colt” (Cleveland.com)
- Despite the lockout, Josh Cribbs says the players-only workouts are “really beneficial” (Ohio.com)
- What’s not to like about Josh Cribbs and Joe Haden? (Waiting for Next Year)
- Highlights from Browns coach Pat Shurmur’s first public appearance in Akron (Ohio.com)