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The Cleveland Browns will be unveiling their long-awaited new uniforms on April 15 after weeks of speculation about what the uniforms will look like. After attempting to introduce a modern look to their uniforms, the Browns are expected to go back to their traditional roots.
Despite fans wanting change from their traditional uniforms just over five years ago, the organization swung and missed with the new uniforms they revealed prior to the 2015 season.
As the uniforms are generating plenty of hype and expectations from the fans, it comes during a difficult time for the country as it continues its battle with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the Browns will do what they can to help the heroes fighting the pandemic.
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Today’s featured article explains how the Cleveland Browns will be turning their uniform into a fundraiser for those on the front lines of the pandemic.
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"The Browns will unveil their long-awaited new uniforms Wednesday at noon, and will donate 100% of the net proceeds from the first wave of jersey sales to professionals who have put their lives on the line or dedicated themselves to COVID-19 relief efforts."
The Browns have been doing a great job supporting the community during this difficult time. As the organization will sell several uniforms in the days immediately following the uniform reveal, they will once again be significantly helping those fighting the pandemic.
The Cleveland Browns have several players on the roster who are capable of putting together incredible seasons. Hank Kilburn looks at five Browns on the roster who could be the team’s MVP in 2020.
"“I loved my time with the Raiders, but the most important thing for me was just going to a place where I felt I was wanted and needed and that was going to give me an opportunity to be myself and really maximize my full potential. I felt like Cleveland offered that to me.”"
The addition of Karl Joseph to the Browns defense has been sort of underrated, as he has proven to be a productive player during his career. Planning on a short-term deal, Joseph will have a season playing with a chip on his shoulder to prove he can be a significant contributor to a defense.
The Cleveland Browns appear to be in prime position to have a top offensive tackle slip to them during the draft. Matthew McFatridge believes the Browns could swap picks with the Falcons, however, as the Falcons may explore a move for a quarterback.