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Fans brave the cold, snow to welcome Browns back to Cleveland

Cleveland's players got a warm welcome back after Sunday's AFC Divisional Round loss to the Chiefs

Win or lose, Browns fans stick by their team.

That was never more apparent than late Sunday, when a number of fans braved the cold and snow to welcome back the Browns after their 22-17 loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs.

Coach Kevin Stefanski on Monday voiced his admiration for Browns fans, calling them "incredible."

"It is something that people told me about and I got to experience it this season in a different way, and I can't wait to experience it with 67,000 strong in FirstEnergy (Stadium) next season," Stefanski said. "An incredible fan base here in the city, in Northeast Ohio, around the world. I have heard from a bunch of them. We appreciate their support. I wish we were still playing football for them."

Browns players were more than appreciative of the gesture. Many of them took to social media to express their gratitude for the support they received all throughout this unique 2020 season.