Look, say what you will about the Cleveland Browns, who went three-and-out and gave up a punt-block touchdown on their first drive, their security team is in midseason form. Here’s Joe Thomas’ video of security personnel practicing to take down a drunken fan who finds his (it’s always “his”) way to the field:
— Joe Thomas (@joethomas73) September 10, 2017
That’s some quality open-field tackling there; might be a contract waiting for those lads, depending on how this afternoon’s game against Pittsburgh goes. And if the Browns continue to Brown, security might be needed to keep the players ON the field. (Heyyyo. We’ll be here all season.)
The Browns have had quite a day already; in addition to the opening-drive debacle, Cleveland began the day with a little unity with the police force.
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