The season of giving started during Thanksgiving week continued this week for the Browns, as offensive linemen Drew Forbes, Kendall Lamm and Justin McCray united with Browns staff and family members to help renovate Cleveland's Earle B. Turner Recreation Center.
Through Browns Give Back, the group revamped a few rooms in the facility by repainting them orange with the Browns' helmet stripe down the middle, redecorating with new desks for study, new comfy chairs for relaxing and installing new gaming equipment for entertainment.
A Few Days With Denim
Recently, through Make A Wish and Browns Give Back, the team had 8-year-old Denim Lowe, who was diagnosed with a malignant neoplasm, out to the facility. Lowe was able to meet some of the team including wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and quarterback Baker Mayfield.
The fun times didn't end there, as Denim and the guys showed off their dance moves prior to the game against Miami.
A Trip Well Worth It
Shoutout to OBJ for taking a moment out prior to the game against Pittsburgh last Sunday to make another young fan's day.
Thanksgiving Tidbits with The Scottish Hammer
While volunteering with several teammates at the Cleveland Food Bank last week, punter Jamie Gillan took time out to get some more insight on Thanksgiving here in the good old U.S. of A.
My Cause My Cleats
The annual "My Cause My Cleats" cause returns to the field this Sunday against CIncinnati as many Browns players will be wearing cleats that will feature charities tied to their respective causes.
Club 46 With Robert Jackson
In this week's episode of Club 46, voice of the Browns Jim Donovan sits down with Robert Jackson to discuss his path to the NFL, his off season job working in the steel mills, and his decision to settle down in Cleveland following his playing days.