Cleveland Browns Tickets
New coach Hue Jackson has the Cleveland Browns Dawg Pound believing in the NFL playoffs this season. Former Ohio State Buckeye Terrelle Pryor is becoming a deep threat for the Browns, supporting receivers Corey Coleman and Andrew Hawkins. Isaiah Crowell will get most of the carries at running back. This combination of new coach / players is sure to breathe life into the team and bring even more excitement to Cleveland. Is 2016 the year that the Browns take the NFL by storm? Be there in-person to find out with Cleveland Browns tickets, on sale now! The best seats at FirstEnergy Stadium are always within reach when you go with Razorgator!
Cleveland Browns Ticket Information
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Cleveland Browns News
After a massive first quarter, the Cleveland Browns were unable to retain their lead and lost to the Ravens in their home opener on September 18. In the first quarter, the Browns scored 20 points. Two of these touchdowns occurred just two minutes apart. Josh McCown completed 20 of 33 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns. He experienced an injured left shoulder but remained in the game. In the fourth quarter, the Browns had a chance to come back, but they missed a field goal and had three penalties that cost them their chance. The Browns head to Miami to play the Dolphins on September 25. You still have a chance to get tickets to the game. Prices start at just $10.
Robert Griffin III wants to be sure he’s fully recovered before returning to his quarterback duties for the Cleveland Browns. As Griffin was trying to run out of bounds Sunday, he collided with Philadelphia’s Jalen Mills. He’ll miss at least eight weeks, but he made it clear he will do everything doctors tell him to do in order to get back into action. Backup QB, Josh McCown, will be stepping in until Griffin is ready. Week 2 in the NFL will see the Cleveland Browns welcoming the Baltimore Ravens to FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 18. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 PM sharp—don’t be late! Get your tickets now for just $23 each.
The Cleveland Browns are just days away from their first game of the season against the Eagles on September 11. The Browns are not going to let their disappointing 0-4 preseason record get them down. Four of six of the Browns' injured players are at full participation. Marcus Burely remains DNP for his groin injury and Emmanuel Ogbah is limited due to his hamstring injury. The coaches and team feel confident that they are ready to start the season out strong. You can still get tickets for the game in Philadelphia, as well as the rest of the season, so that you can experience all the action in person. Prices start at just $8.
The season hasn’t even officially started yet, and things aren’t going well for the Cleveland Browns. The latest example of the franchise’s frustrated attempts to turn things around was last week’s 30-13 loss to the Buccaneers in Game 3 of the preseason. In anticipation of Game 4, coach Hue Jackson revealed that he would play starters, a nontraditional but necessary move. Jackson mentioned that while he loves to win, his main motivation for putting starters on the field was to give them much-needed game-time experience. Hopefully his unorthodox methods pay off on Sunday, Sept. 11, when the regular season begins. For their opener, the Browns will head to Philadelphia to face the Eagles. Get tickets now for $104.
The Cleveland Browns debuted their team for the second time this year when they took on the Atlanta Falcons on August 18 for their second preseason game. Both teams started out strong, scoring a touchdown a piece in the first quarter. However, that’s basically when the scoring train stopped for the Browns. The Browns were able to score six additional points in the second quarter, but never put another point up on the board during the rest of the game. Evidently, the Falcons won the game 24-13. See if the Browns will be able to pull themselves together for regular season play when they face off against the Chicago Bears on September 1. Tickets are still available to purchase.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III is known for his dedication to the game, and now Cleveland Browns fans are noticing more than ever. The starting quarterback is, unfortunately, in the middle of filing divorce from his wife of three years, Rebecca Liddicoat. Even amid stressful personal matters, however, Griffin continues to impress at practice and on the field. He will have another chance to prove his commitment to Cleveland and unwavering focus when they host Matt Ryan and company on Thursday, August 18. Catch the Browns against the Atlanta Falcons tomorrow night. Tickets are still available and on sale for prices as low as $3. Be there to show your support!
The Cleveland Browns are off to a sluggish start to their 2016 - 2017 NFL preseason, even as they played without several of their starters. The Browns faced the formidable Green Bay Packers last week, losing to the perennial Super Bowl contenders 11 - 17. The match wasn’t without its bright spots, however, as college sprinter turned football player Raheem Mostert definitely left his mark on the field. The punt returned and kick returned also proved to be worthy of a running back position. Fans will have to wait until September to see how Cleveland will fully utilize his skills. Catch the Browns against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday, Augsut 18. Tickets are $3.
The Cleveland Browns will have a whole new look going into the 2016 season. The signing of Robert Griffin III will either prove to be the savviest offseason move or just another Cleveland bust, though Browns fans are hoping the Cavaliers’ championship win is a sign of things to come. RG3 will be joined by rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman, and the two will look to turn things around for a team coming off a pretty dismal 2015 campaign. The Browns will have a good test in the team’s first home preseason game as they welcome the Atlanta Falcons, another squad looking to forget that the previous season ever happened. Tickets for that game on August 18 start as low as $3.
The Cleveland Browns have made some big moves this week including getting rid of receiver, Brian Hartline. The Browns have been focusing on youth for their upcoming season and continue to move forward with this plan. Hartline turns 30 years old in November making him an easy target to dispense of when the Browns picked up four younger receivers during the draft. The Browns also released Donte Whitner and there has been talk of letting Andrew Hawkins go as well. Tickets for the upcoming season are already available to purchase. Their season opener will be played on August 18 against the Atlanta Falcons at the FirstEnergy Stadium. Tickets start at $3 apiece.
Cleveland Browns Matchups
Browns vs Steelers Tickets
The oldest rivalry in the AFC Browns vs Steelers is a matchup borne out of blue-collar fandom and on-field success. While the Steelers may have the edge in regards to overall win-loss record the Browns have reason for optimism. With an exciting new quarterback taking over the Browns hope to wrestle the edge in the Turnpike Rivalry from their neighbors in the east. The Browns will have to be prepared as they play host to the Steelers on Sunday November 20th at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
Browns vs Bengals Tickets
As the fans have dubbed this rivalry as “The Battle of Ohio” it is only fair that it is shaping up as one of the more interesting matchups heading into the 2016 season. With an exciting new quarterback taking over and the ghost of Lebron James’ success hanging over the city there is pressure to succeed this year like never before. The Browns won the first meeting between these two clubs on October 11, 1970 and they’re hoping to continue the streak when they play host to the Bengals on Sunday, December 11th at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
Browns vs Ravens Tickets
Browns vs Ravens is a rivalry put in place infamously by Art Modell in what is commonly referred to as “The Move.” While neither team has established a fierce rivalry on the field the fans in the stands certainly are not friendly toward each other. While the Ravens may have the edge in terms of overall win-loss record there is reason for the Browns to be excited heading into the coming season. With RGIII at quarterback taking care of the offensive line and a new CEO in charge of the team, Browns fans know there is a chance to make waves in the AFC North. The Browns will have to be prepared as they play host to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday September 18th at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
Cleveland Browns Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Cleveland Browns are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Cleveland Browns schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||@ Philadelphia||1:00 PM CBS|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||vs Baltimore||1:00 PM CBS|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ Miami||1:00 PM CBS|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||@ Washington||1:00 PM CBS|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||vs New England||1:00 PM CBS|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||@ Tennessee||1:00 PM CBS|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ Cincinnati||1:00 PM CBS|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||vs New York||1:00 PM CBS|
|9||Sun, Nov 6||vs Dallas||1:00 PM FOX|
|10||Thu, Nov 10||@ Baltimore||8:25 PM NFL|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||vs Pittsburgh||1:00 PM CBS|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||vs New York||1:00 PM FOX|
|13||BYE WEEK|| || |
|14||Sun, Dec 11||vs Cincinnati||1:00 PM CBS|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||@ Buffalo||1:00 PM CBS|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||vs San Diego||1:00 PM CBS|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||@ Pittsburgh||1:00 PM CBS|