Founded in 1946 as a charter franchise in the All-American Football Conference (AAFC), the Cleveland Browns are located in Cleveland, Ohio. They are currently members of the AFC North in the NFL and with their first coach, Paul Brown, they won the AAFC championship in the four years that it existed, including a perfect season in 1948. They remained strong even after they joined the NFL franchise and in 1950, they won their league championship in NFL's first season. They continued to do so later on in 1954 and 1955 and by then, they had won seven out of the ten championship games. In 1962, they hired new head coach, Blanton Collier, as he helped the team with their many successes over the years. After their 1964 NFL championship, the Browns weren't as successful, only reaching the league's playoffs 15 times and the AFC championship game three times since their establishment. It was in the same year that the Browns went 10-3-1 and reached their first title game in seven years.
It was in 1970 that the team, along with the Steelers and Colts, decided to merge with the AFL. By the end of the year, they were also under new coaching when Collier retired and was replaced by the team's offensive coordinator, Nick Skorich. The first few seasons with Skorich as head coach went well as the team got a division title in 1971 and a wild card berth in 1973. However by 1974, the team's victorious streak ended as they went 4-10 with their season record. It was in 1975 that head coach Forrest Gregg took over and slowly improved by the late 1970's. Multiple head coaches were named throughout the decade, which led to many ups and downs for the Browns season. After multiple seasons of losing and having new coaches almost every year, the NFL announced that the Browns would be "deactivated" from 1996-1999 and that a new stadium would be built by the time that they came back to play for either a new Browns team or an expansion team. The team returned to play in 1999 and with high hopes from both the fans and the team, they were hoping to be strong and have a good first season. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned as they ended their season 2-14.
The next few years showed little improvement and it wasn't until 2001 that they finished 7-9 with new head coach, Butch Davis. In 2002, they did slightly better with a 9-7 record but after that season, the team couldn't manage to pull off a double digit win as they plummeted into 2006, with Davis resigning in 2004. Remarkably, in 2007, the team finished with a 10-4 record, which was their best record ever since 1994. With many ups and downs in their seasons, the Browns haven't had a stable coach or season record. Ending the season with a 5-12 record, the team, along with their fans, are hopeful in having a better season than last. In 2012, owner Randy Lerner sold the Browns to Jimmy Haslam and Joe Banner was named as the new CEO. In 2013, their stadium was sold to FirstEnergy and renamed to FirstEnergy Stadium. In January of 2014, Mark Pettine was hired as the head coach of the Browns and a month later, Banner resigned as CEO.
The 2014 draft for the Browns proved to be very beneficial with all their new added players. Their first round picks were cornerback Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State and quarterback Johnny Manziel from Texas A&M. The Browns made a huge move by trading up from number 26 to 22 to acquire Manziel. Their other picks included offensive tackle Joel Bitonio from Nevada, linebacker Christian Kirksey from Iowa, running back Terrance West from Towson, and cornerback Pierre Desir from Lindenwood. With Heisman trophy winner Manziel and one of the nation's top defensive backs, Gilbert, the Browns are ready to start the season as they take on the Detroit Lions for their first preseason game.
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