The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team in Cleveland, Ohio. The team plays in the AFC North division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Cleveland Browns started playing in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference and joined the NFL in 1950 after the AAFC folded. After the 1995 season, the Browns moved to Baltimore, Maryland and changed its name to the Baltimore Ravens. However, the Browns' team history stayed behind in Cleveland. A new Cleveland Browns team began playing in the 1999 NFL season, inheriting the history of the first Browns team.
Play in Cleveland, Ohio
All-America Football Conference (1946–1949)
|Team colors||Brown, Orange, White|
|General manager||John Dorsey|
|Head coach||Kevin Stefanski|
|League championships (8)|
|Conference championships (11)
|Division championships (13)
The team has also won four NFL Championships. It is one of two teams in Ohio, the other team is the Cincinnati Bengals.
They are one of two NFL teams to finish the season with 0 wins, going 0-16 in the 2017 NFL season. They share this achievement with Detroit Lions.
- Orr, Connor. "Jimmy Haslam: Browns will be teased until they win". nfl.com. National Football League. Retrieved 24 May 2016.