History of the Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns are in the AFC North Division.
The Cleveland Browns, originally founded in 1946, have a storied history in the NFL.
The team won multiple championships in the 1950s before the NFL-AFL merger, with Hall of Fame players like Jim Brown.
The original Browns franchise moved to Baltimore in 1996 and became the Ravens, but a new Browns franchise was established in Cleveland in 1999.
The Browns have had periods of struggle but have shown promise in recent years, led by young quarterback Baker Mayfield.