It might sound like a joke but there’s a chance you could actually get a cardboard cutout of yourself put in FirstEnergy Stadium for Cleveland Browns games in 2020
In Germany, sporting events have started to come back. They are, however, still following social distancing guidelines which have become the norm for most of us as we continue to navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the professional soccer games overseas, that meant there were no fans in attendance. Instead, there were cardboard cutouts that fans could actually purchase — which made it look like they were not only at that game, but it also made them look like they were attending Madden 97 on the PS1.
But it brings up an interesting question as to whether or not we will face a similar situation here in the states. And if so, would Cleveland Browns fans be willing to pay to have a cardboard version of themselves at FirstEnergy Stadium to support the team.
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"“Professional soccer in Germany returned Saturday with the Bundesliga, which took several precautions amid coronavirus pandemic from testing players to social distancing.One of those social distancing measures included no fans in the stands. Instead, some were able to purchase cardboard cutouts of themselves to be placed in the stands.”"
Hopefully something will change by the time the 2020 NFL Season is supposed to kick off because NFL football with no fans will be weird. And paying to have a cardboard cutout of yourself there also seems like a bit much, but it could be kind of funny to see.
DPD’s Justice Sunderland looks at three players on the Browns who could explode in 2020 and have some very big seasons.
"“The odds of wideout Donovan Peoples-Jones getting many if any reps at wide receiver are slim to none. As a late-round pick, his best bet to make the team is to be a special teams player. While the team is still looking for a dynamic return man to be the next Dennis Northcutt and Josh Cribbs, this has created an opportunity for him. If Peoples-Jones can actually make the squad and become the primary return man, he may just impress people.”"
Kind of like Justice Sunderland’s post, Porto looks at some members of the Browns who could show up in 2020 and have big seasons. The difference is, he’s looking at players who might be a little more under the radar, such as Donovan Peoples-Jones.
Garrett shared a funny video and OBJ surely noticed. He ended up coming right back at Garrett as the two had some fun poking at one another.