Browns new endzone art celebrates inaugural year

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The Cleveland Browns will be doing a lot this season to honor their inaugural year of 1946. We know that a new uniform reveal is coming on 7/24/21 and that the stadium has already started getting new decorations.

What was still uncertain is what the actual field was going to look like.

With the Browns expected to have a great season in 2021, a lot of eyes will be on the team. The offense returns intact with Baker Mayfield leading the way behind a great offensive line while the defense has been retooled around Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward with the hopes of competing for an AFC championship.

For their home games, the Browns endzones will celebrate 1946 with a logo and an old school team helmet:

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Currently, the 50-yard line does not have anything on it. Based on the above picture and Jedrick Wills’ Instagram account showing the same, it is likely that the middle of the field remains empty during the season.

For the 2021 season, Cleveland will be celebrating the 1946 season. The hope is that the 2021 season is one that is celebrated for years to come but that will have to be proven on the field. At least we now know what that field will look like for home games.

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