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A Crucial Catch: Nominate your loved one today


On Sunday, October 18th, the Cleveland Browns will be celebrating breast cancer awareness and will support the American Cancer Society and our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative as part of the "A Crucial Catch" campaign. In demonstration of their support of the American Cancer Society's mission to help cancer patients and their families, the Cleveland Browns have invited breast cancer survivors to participate in the pregame activities.

Nominations are now being accepted for this unique opportunity. If you would like to nominate a breast cancer survivor in your life, click here and tell us why you would like them to receive this honor. Deadline to submit your nomination is Tuesday, October 6, 2015. The winners will be contacted by Friday, October 9 and will get game day details with confirmation.

"A Crucial Catch: Annual Screening Saves Lives." is a breast cancer screening campaign to remind  women ages 40 and older about the importance of getting a mammogram and clinical breast exam every year to find breast cancer in its early, more treatable stages. As the nation marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Cancer Society is joining the National Football League (NFL) and its owners and players for this important campaign.

To further engage and inspire fans to give back to their community, the Cleveland Browns launched the signature First and Ten program to encourage fans and community advocates to give ten hours to help their community. Make the pledge to #give10 and share your story on how you are helping the American Cancer Society! Group forms are available – Making Strides teams can register their entire team to be part of the First and Ten movement! Visit to learn more, or make a statement and get your orange Browns #give10 wristband.

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