Browns: You’ve got to see kid who said he would ‘Moss’ Grant Delpit

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After the Cleveland Browns second-straight victory of 2021, some members of the the team took some time to take some kids shopping at a local Meijer–and it was memorable.

Defensive backs Grant Delpit and A.J Green were a couple of the players helping with the shopping efforts. A nice, warm story that then turned AWESOME.

One of the kids apparently told Delpit that he could “Moss” him, basically meaning he could juke him out of his shoes and go over the top for a touchdown.

With a Meijer hallway serving as this game’s tundra, the kid got his shot.

With Green playing quarterback, the kid put on a really nice move and then caught the pass. WEWS-TV’s Camryhn Justice posted the following to Twitter.

Delpit is being a great sport having to know full well that he’s making this kid’s day.

But that first catch wasn’t even the best part. The trio wanted to run it back, and they did, with the kid, decked out in a “Delpit 22” shirt made a diving catch to keep the action from selling into homewares.

The best part was the kid’s reaction. He had flipped into game mode, with his eyes set to win, as he started shouting, “I’m like that.”

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When watching the whole thing, you couldn’t help but hold your breath reading Delpit’s healthy. Fortunately, he didn’t slip on Pop It.

Delpit been with the Browns for over a year now, but has just played the first two games of his career. He had an impressive sack in his debut against the Texans. He wasn’t all that visible against the Bears, playing in just 17 defensive snaps.

It’s always fun to see the Browns out-and-about. Remember when Anthony Schwartz tried to race the Top-Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point?

The Browns are back it this Sunday, going on the road to play the Minnesota Vikings.

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Cleveland finds itself as two-point favorites, according to WynnBET, as Kevin Stefanski prepares to make his homecoming back to the franchise where he cut his coaching teeth.