A Tradition That Needs to be Revived





I'm deep in the throes of researching some Browns history for a story that should be up next week (stay tuned, it's a doozy), and I have a long obsession with all things Brownie the Elf, so imagine my happiness when Paul Lukas pointed me towards the comment section of a recent post over at Uni Watch and these pictures. Yes, that is in fact a child dressed as Brownie the Elf scurrying out onto the field before a Browns game to deliver the ball for kickoff. I have no idea what year or game this was from, nor do I know if this was a regular thing that the team did, but I do know that it is singularly awesome.

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