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  Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Cleveland Municipal Stadium, a mammoth double-deck structure, appears to be elliptically shaped and is rounded on the interior.
Cleveland Municipal Stadium, since its construction the largest stadium in use in major league baseball, was designed by a progressive city administration as a multipurpose structure to accommodate the great surge in attendance at baseball and football games and other public spectacles that occurred with the rise of the automobile.
The Stadium was used in conjunction with the Great Lakes Exposition of 1936, held to promote the story of the steel industry in the region and the contributions it had made to the nation's progress.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cleveland Browns Stadium sits on the former site of Cleveland Municipal Stadium, which housed the Browns before owner Art Modell moved the team to Baltimore to become the Ravens.
Ground was broken on May 15, 1997, the stadium opened in July 1999, and the resurrected Browns debuted there in the 1999 NFL season.
The stadium is also home to the notorious "Dawg Pound", a section of bleacher seats whose occupants are commonly regarded as some of the most passionate in football.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cleveland_Browns_Stadium   (526 words)

 Stadiums of the NFL-Cleveland Browns Stadium-Cleveland Browns
However in 1996, the City of Cleveland and the NFL secured a deal to return the Cleveland Browns to the city by 1999.
Architectural gaps in the seating bowl at Cleveland Browns Stadium at the Southeast and Southwest entrance plazas allow visitors to view the field and the inside of the Stadium even when the Browns are not playing.
Stadiums of the NFL is not associated with the National Football League or any team mentioned.
www.stadiumsofnfl.com /afc/ClevelandStadium.htm   (461 words)

 Cleveland Browns Stadium
The front row of the club section at the 50-yard line is 151 feet from the sideline in the new stadium, 15 feet closer than the upper deck section in the old Stadium.
The upper deck in the new stadium is roughly twice as high as the upper deck in the old Stadium.
The Cleveland Browns have opted not to sell naming rights to their stadium when it opens this fall, but they have not forsaken sponsorship money entirely and have sold rights to the venue's four entrances.
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 Cleveland Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cleveland Stadium (also known as Lakefront Stadium, Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Municipal Stadium and The Mistake on/by the Lake) was a baseball and American football stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio.
The stadium was so cavernous due to the dual setup for baseball and football that an inner fence was constructed in 1947 to cut down the size of the field.
The stadium was demolished the next year - and the pieces were literally taken across the street and dumped in the lake, so as to create an artificial reef for fisherman and divers.
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 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Cleveland Browns   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A reactivated Cleveland Browns team would then begin play in 1999 in the AFC Central Division, while the relocated club would technically and legally be a new expansion team, the Baltimore Ravens.
The Browns reached the top again in 1964 as rookie Paul Warfield caught 52 passes for 920 yards and nine touchdowns, Ryan threw for 2,400 yards and 25 scores and Brown once agin led the league in rushing with 1,446 yards.
The announcement was met with unprecedented resistance from Browns fans, with over 100 lawsuits filed by fans, the city of Cleveland, and a host of others, most of which were later settled in their favor.
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 Stadiums of the NFL-Cleveland Municipal Stadium-Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Indians (MLB), were glad that a new stadium was built, but decided not to move into the stadium until 1932.
The stadium had a covered double-decked grandstand that was in the shape of a horseshoe and had an uncovered section of bleachers beyond the endzone.
During the same year, the City of Cleveland and the NFL secured a deal to return the Cleveland Browns to the playing field by 1999.
www.stadiumsofnfl.com /past/ClevelandStadium.htm   (649 words)

 Cleveland Browns Tickets, 2007 Cleveland Browns Schedule, Cleveland Browns Stadium
Although Cleveland has been up and down in recent years, few NFL fan bases are as dedicated and loyal as Cleveland’s “Dog Pound.” They get their Cleveland Browns tickets early, so if you’re hoping to see the Browns take to the gridiron in Cleveland Browns Stadium, you better hurry.
The Cleveland Browns suspended play for three years, but all team history, names, and records were kept in Ohio, and the Cleveland fans got to keep their beloved franchise.
And as the Browns continued to win, they developed an unequaled relationship with the Cleveland fans; a relationship so strong that the fans themselves refused to let their team be moved by an uncaring owner.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium
Although Cleveland Browns Stadium (CBS) has only hosted football for 2 years, it is quickly developing a character of its own.
In 1999, CBS would not see a Browns victory, as the only two for the team that year came in New Orleans and in Pittsburgh, both on the last play of the game.
Cleveland Browns History is an independent football site dedicated to giving all fans free access to a complete library of Cleveland Browns information.
www.brownshistory.com /stats/stadium/browns.html   (489 words)

 Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Cleveland Stadium continued to be operated by the city through the 1970’s, and continued to lose money for the city.
As city officials continued to drag their feet on a stadium renovation package that would modernize the facility, the owner of Stadiumcorp continued to mismanage his money and get bad advice from his executives.
Browns players sadly embraced members of the crowd, as they knew that this was goodbye forever.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium Seating Chart, Cleveland Browns Stadium Tickets, Cleveland Browns Stadium Maps
Cleveland Municipal Stadium, often derided as “the mistake by the lake,” was too big and impersonal even for football.
Guided by an intimate understanding of what not to do, the architects of Cleveland Browns Stadium understood the second time had to be the charm.
The first row of seats in Municipal Stadium had been 144 feet from the 50-yard line; in Cleveland Browns Stadium, those same seats are only 65 feet away.
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 Cleveland Browns
Browns owner Alfred Lerner, after an 18 month battle against brain cancer passes away on Oct.23 at Cleveland Clinic Hospital and is survived by his wife, Norma, and two children: Nancy Lerner Carosielli and Randolph Lerner.
"He had Cleveland Browns sheets and pillows.'' While this may not be Lerner's favorite way of having his image put forth, he pledges allegiance to the famous orange helmets.
The two Lerner children, Randy and Nancy, were accompanying their parents to Browns games by 1969, when the team reached the NFL finals by clobbering the Cowboys 38-14.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sitting on one of the most hallowed grounds of the NFL, football has been played at the same location that Cleveland Stadium sits on for more than a half a century.
In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, owner of the Browns, Art Model proposed that a new stadium be built for his team.
After not being able to reach an agreement to build a stadium for the Browns, Modell decided to move the team to Baltimore after the 1995 season.
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 Cleveland Fusion Football
The Cleveland Browns have given our team great support and encouragement over the past two seasons and I am both excited and pleased that this game could happen at the Browns Stadium…It is so great for our sport.
Cleveland's other scores were on a 4-yard pass from Deitrick to running back Martina Latessa in the 2nd quarter and a 24 yard field goal by Danielle Weiss with 8:11 remaining in the game.
Shortly after Browns RB Jamel White provided the coin toss, Indiana’s RB was stripped by Fusion LB Jennifer Ryba, which gave the Fusion the ball on the Indiana 30, and two running plays later it was 7-0.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium
Building Cleveland Browns Stadium on the hallowed ground of the old Municipal Stadium, honored some of the greatest athletic endeavors of the 20th century.
While the location of the new stadium honored the glorious history of athletic achievements in Cleveland, the new Cleveland Browns Stadium is first and foremost a lakefront landmark.
The new Stadium is also as distinctive as its glistening neighbors at North Coast Harbor - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center and the glassy stations of the RTA Waterfront Line.
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 Save Cleveland Browns Stadium from a roof Petition
We, the undersigned, orange-and-brown bleeding fans of the Cleveland Browns, the single greatest football organization in the NFL, reject any and all proposals for the placement of a retractable roof on Cleveland Browns stadium.
CLEVELAND -- Cleveland City Council members Monday night approved the proposal to request Super Bowl L (50) be held in Cleveland.
The cost of putting a retractable dome on the Stadium is estimated at $90 million, but the debate remains on how the project will be funded.
www.thepetitionsite.com /takeaction/428827718   (470 words)

 Cleveland Browns News
Adding insult to the Browns MANY injuries, Jeff Garcia is lost for the season with a tear to the medial crucate ligament of his left knee.
In 2002 as receivers coach, the Browns and the N.Y. Jets were the NFL’s only teams to have three players with 5+ TD receptions, and the Browns were one of six teams to have five players with 37+ receptions (Buffalo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Seattle).
The Browns countered with the all white uni's, so thank God for the orange helmets or people all over the country would've thought that it was a broadcast from the sixties, in fl and white.
www.clevelandpress.com /browns.htm   (5233 words)

 Cleveland Browns Tickets, Browns Ticket Brokers - Buy Cleveland Browns Football Tickets Online or by Phone
We have Cleveland Browns Stadium broken down into different seating sections to assist our customers in choosing the perfect Cleveland Browns tickets.
The beasts are hungry for fresh meat, and the opposition should tread lightly upon the grounds of Cleveland Browns Stadium.
As Cleveland ticket brokers, we specialize in premium Cleveland Browns tickets as well as tickets to some of the the biggest events in the world.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium Spotlight - Weddings in Cleveland
While the stadium is known around the country as one of the most modern and high-tech football stadiums, Cleveland Browns Stadium is also home to several elegant and sophisticated spaces ideal for hosting bachelor parties, rehearsal dinners, and wedding receptions.
The locker room at Cleveland Browns Stadium is a beautiful 3000 square foot space with solid maple lockers.
As beautiful as the smaller venues in Cleveland Browns Stadium are, the banquet spaces are large, opulent, ideal spaces for hosting receptions.
www.weddingsincleveland.com /spotlight/cleveland_browns_stadium.htm   (518 words)

 Pro Sports Daily: Cleveland Browns News
Cleveland Plain Dealer (registration required): "One of the most visible changes in the Browns offense made by new coordinator Jeff Davidson was the use of three tight ends.
Cleveland Plain Dealer (registration required): "Now in his 21st NFL season, Marty Schottenheimer is the active head coach with the most overall wins, but also the most losses in the postseason.
Cleveland Plain Dealer (registration required): "Tight end Kellen Winslow Jr., who said earlier in the season that the coaches were holding back the offense, was thrilled with the rebirth under new coordinator Jeff Davidson."
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 Cleveland Browns Tickets, Browns Tickets at StubHub!
The Browns are ready to start winning and their loyal fans are anxious about the potential of this upcoming NFL season.
The best time to get some NFL tickets to see the Cleveland Browns was probably during the 1950s and '60s when Jim Brown was racking up yardage and touchdowns.
The Dawg Pound at Cleveland Browns Stadium is one frenzied group of supporters, and if you regularly go to Browns games, you are well aware that everybody in the stands is crazy about NFL football and the Cleveland Browns, no matter their record is.
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 Cleveland Browns Stadium Information from Ticket Solutions
In 1996, the City of Cleveland and the NFL secured a deal to return the Browns to Cleveland by 1999.
Cleveland's climate is largely influenced by Lake Erie: It's cooler in summer and more moderate in winter.
The Browns have plenty of foods and snacks on the menu at Cleveland Brown Stadium, ranging from standard fare such as hot dogs, and beer, to Caesar salad and Evian water.
www.tickets4u.com /info-browns-stadium.asp   (407 words)

 Cleveland Browns Stadium to host college game - centralohio.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
CLEVELAND -- A die-hard Browns fan, Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell is pleased her favorite team will have more than just NFL teams at its stadium this year.
Cleveland Browns Stadium will host its first non-professional football game since opening in 1999 when Tuskegee plays Hampton on Sept. 20 in the "Ohio Classic," part of a four-day celebration of historically fl colleges that will rotate annually between Cleveland and Cincinnati.
The Browns are interested in scheduling more concerts at the stadium, although the team has concerns about damage to the field, Bonner said.
www.centralohio.com /ohiostate/stories/20030816/football/73332.html   (298 words)

 Cleveland Browns
Tradition is such an important part of the Browns, so it’s important to note that ever since they were born in 1946, they have played on the same site on the shores of Lake Erie.
To keep that tradition going, the playing field at Cleveland Browns Stadium runs east to west, just like it did before, and the Dawg Pound can still be found on the east side of the stadium.
The Browns locker room is 11,000 square feet and the Stadium features two visiting team locker rooms each being 5,600 square feet and one officials’ locker room at 1,600 square feet.
www.clevelandbrowns.com /tickets/stadium   (743 words)

 Crain's Cleveland Business
The stadium, located at 1085 W. third St., sits on 31 acres — the same site as the former Cleveland Municipal Stadium, which had been home to the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns Stadium opened in July 1999 after the $283 million construction project broke ground on May 15, 1997.
To make room for the new football stadium, Cleveland Municipal Stadium was razed and its remains were submerged into Lake Erie, where it is used as a reef.
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