Fans Break Health Promise, Fight In The Stands At Bengals-Browns

It wouldn’t be Browns football in Cleveland without fans fighting in the stands during a pandemic. Even after they signed a “health promise,” according to NFL Network reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala, there were Browns fans dropping the gloves on a night when there were only 6,000 fans in attendance.

This is what makes Browns fans so special to someone like me who has spent the last 12 years working on the Internet. They never cease to amaze me and I’ve learned to cherish all these moments they provide to a content provider like myself, even when they were threatening to break my legs for exposing Johnny Manziel’s ways back in the day.

Fans pledged to not come to First Energy Stadium if they were sick, promised to keep masks on unless they were eating or drinking and stay socially distanced. It looks like everyone in the fight video did their part, minus the social distancing. This was probably someone f-bombing Baker after that dumb pick and someone took exception.

Comedian Ricky Smith was at the game by himself and posted video of what he says is First Energy Stadium mask police confronting fans who might’ve had an issue with the health promise they signed. The bad news here is that Browns fans could be making this worse on themselves. They have a playoff team and Governor Mike DeWine could raise the 6,000 attendance number higher like what Tennessee is planning to do.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. Mask patrol really? those are the ones who should have their asses kicked Americans are tired of these useless and baseless rules that have been thrown on us what is it now masks until the end of time.

    • Always direct your vein of bile at the proper target: The liars and buffoons who continue to pitch Chinese virus panic and lockdowns at the public. The poor schmoes who took a paying job because their restaurant job or bartending job was killed by conniving politicians is deserving of a degree of sympathy, IMHO. Patrick Henry’s first job was Tax Collector, after all…

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