Parts of the grass field at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland were torn up by someone who broke in and drove on the field a few days ago. Tire treads stretched along an entire half of the playing surface, and despite the team’s best efforts, they still remain today.
Many reporters took to social media and showed that the Ford F-150 that was used left significant damage that may not be totally fixed until after the 2022 season is complete.
The Cleveland Police Department is investigating a possible break-in.
The Browns are 3-7 heading into Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay, who enter Week 12 5-5 having won each of their last two games.
The Browns season is likely lost as they await quarterback Deshaun Watson who will be eligible to return from his suspension after this weekend, when the Browns take on Watson’s former team, the Houston Texans, on Dec. 4.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.