Northeast Ohio Restaurant Owner Writes Open Letter to Haslams, Opts NOT to Broadcast Any More Browns Games

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A northeast Ohio restaurant owner announced yesterday in an open letter to Jimmy and Dee Haslam that he's taking a stance against the Cleveland Browns' abysmal record by refusing to broadcast any more games this season at his Mayfield Heights restaurant. Darryl Margolis from Play Arcade and Kitchen said he will also put an end to all his "game day" specials, and will prohibit his staff from wearing any Browns-related apparel in attempts to prompt a turnaround from the Haslams, Mike Pettine, or really anyone who can make it happen. It's certainly an interesting tactic. Read the full letter below:

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