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8 reasons we feel sorry for the Browns

We don’t want to laugh at the Browns anymore. We’d rather just give them a hug. Surprise! It’s been another miserable season for the Cleveland Browns. With an 0-4 record, they’re firmly in the cellar of the AFC North and seem destined for their ninth consecutive losing campaign. But it’s not just the losing that’s been tortuous for the Browns this fall. They’ve been snakebitten since Week 1, when Robert Griffin III suffered a shoulder injury and was subsequently placed on injured reserve.
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