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Police officers will take part in pregame activities at Browns opener

A meeting between Browns players, team officials and Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams has paved the way for police officers to take part in pregame festivities at the Browns’ season opener against the Steelers this Sunday. Police officers were originally scheduled to hold a large American flag on the field during pregame ceremonies, but Cleveland Police [more]
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