Cleveland Browns new uniforms: 4 things they got wrong

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Four things the Cleveland Browns got wrong with their new uniforms, as the team changed its look for the first time since 2014.

Harkening back to the “Hey Day” of 2007, the Cleveland Browns unveiled their new uniforms, and when I clicked on a team shop, a “No. 80” jumped out and pulled my eyes toward center screen.

Why would the Browns be trying to sell me a Kellen Winslo throwback?

I needed Fox 8’s Todd Meany. With the COVID quarantine keeping us all indoors, I didn’t know what day it was.

Then it hit me. This wasn’t a K2 jersey, it was Jarvis Landry‘s. The Browns unveiled a new look, and in classic Browns’ fashion, the team revealed new old uniforms.

That’s right, the Browns deemed the uniforms we’ve been watching the last six years a wash and set out to right the egregious wrong.

The results: A throw back to the days that gave birth to multiple generations of fans.

All in all the Browns will have five uniform combinations after the reveal, which is a far cry from the 12 they were so proud of to unveil back in 2014.

Here’s four things the Browns got wrong with the new uniforms.

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