Defensive Lineman Larry Ogunjobi took kids from the Cleveland area on a Christmas shopping spree.
The Cleveland Browns in association with Xenith held a combine-inspired showcase in the newly renovated fieldhouse to prepare kids for their upcoming football seasons. Kids grades K-12 were able to participate in combine drills such as the 40 yard dash, the broad jump, the vertical jump and other combine drills with their peers.
The purpose of Inspire Change is to facilitate conversations and actions that move us towards a more equal and just tomorrow. Watch how the Browns' "Get 2 School, Stay in the Game!" Network tackles chronic absenteeism through it's vision for student success. #inspirechange
The purpose of Inspire Change is to facilitate conversations and actions that move us towards a more equal and just tomorrow. Watch as players discuss how the Browns' First and Ten movement helps them make a difference in the community through volunteerism and inspiring others to do the same.
The purpose of Inspire Change is to facilitate conversations and actions that move us towards a more equal and just tomorrow. Watch as players and ownership discuss how donating fields and equipment to various schools in northeast Ohio helps reduce barriers to opportunity. #inspirechange
Cleveland Browns players invited their high school football coaches to watch practice in Berea on Saturday.
On Tuesday, Browns players, alumni and staff joined the Greater Cleveland Food Bank prior to Thanksgiving to package meals and food items for local shelters, food pantries and food sites throughout Northeast Ohio.
Denim Lowe is 8 years old who's been diagnosed with a malignant neoplasm. With help from Make a Wish and the Cleveland Browns Denim traveled to Berea to tour the Browns' training facility and get some football tips from Odell Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield.
Mack Wilson, JC Tretter and Browns alumnus Hanford Dixon visited the US Coast Guard Station - Cleveland Harbor to meet and greet with US Coast Guard members, went on a tour of the facility and drove a coast guard boat in Lake Erie to see FirstEnergy Stadium from the water.
Odell Beckham Jr. and The Cleveland Browns Get 2 School initiative hosted a bowling and pizza party for Canton City School's students who have had perfect attendance over the last few weeks.
On August 3, the Cleveland Browns Foundation, Ohio Department of Education and Proving Ground at Harvard University launched the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network (Get 2 School Network), a statewide initiative designed to promote the importance of school attendance and put an end to chronic absenteeism.
The goal of the Get 2 School Network is to increase student attendance at the state level and locally in partner districts and schools. The equation is simple: The more students attend school, the more prepared they are for success beyond school.
For more information, visit Get2School.org
Baker Mayfield and teammates hosted high school Unified Sports flag football athletes, coaches and volunteers for the inaugural Cleveland Browns Special Olympics Ohio uniform reveal and Play Football! Clinic.
Student success starts with school attendance. Students who are absent from school miss important learning opportunities, which can be difficult, or even impossible to make up. The mission of the Get 2 School Network is to prioritize attendance by connecting its users to resources aimed at tackling chronic absenteeism. The Cleveland Browns Foundation, Ohio Department of Education and Proving Ground are deeply committed to this mission.
Speakers at the press event included Browns' owner Dee Haslam, former player Michael Lehan, Ohio's Superintendent of Public Institution Paolo DeMaria, Voice of the Browns Jim Donovan, and Executive Vice President of the Cleveland Browns Foundation Renee Harvey.
The Adapted Football League held it's 9th annual All-Star game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Joel Bitonio, Austin Corbett and others participated in the All-Star game as lead blockers and quarterbacks for the adapted football athletes.
The Fuel Up To Play 60 2019 student ambassador summit was held at FirstEnergy Stadium and hosted more than 240 ambassadors from across the country. They had the opportunity to play flag football with members of the Cleveland Browns to promote healthy eating and physical activity.
The 2019 rookie class attended and participated in a youth football camp held at FirstEnergy Stadium on June 12, 2019. Greedy Williams danced with the kids, Sione Takitaki lead tackling drills and other members of the rookie class coached flag football games and talked with the kids about their love for the game of football.
The Cleveland Browns Foundation hosted its 20th annual golf outing at Westwood County Club on May 20, 2019 to raise money for education and youth football for kids in Northeast Ohio. Follow along with some of your favorite players as they try to perfect their swings and have fun on the golf course.
The Cleveland Browns hosted the Berea-Midpark football team to watch an OTA practice on Wednesday May 15, 2019. Following the practice, head coach Freddie Kitchens addressed the team until Jarvis Landry, Joel Bitonio and Joe Schobert surprised the team with brand new Xenith Helmets.
The Cleveland Browns hosted an official groundbreaking for a 70-yard field at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio. The team will install high-quality synthetic turf at the center, which becomes the eighth of nine multi-sport playing fields to be funded since summer 2016 through the Browns' and Dee and Jimmy Haslams' commitment to youth football as part of Browns Give Back.
Follow Joel Bitonio, as he attends the annual Cleveland Browns Play 60 Football Festival to support Special Olympics! Hundreds of athletes and coaches from the CMSD Special Olympics program were on hand at the Browns Training Facility for a day of Play 60 activities.
The Cleveland Browns hosted the 2019 High School Showcase in the team's field house on Saturday. During the event, freshmen, sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to compete in front of talent evaluators from local colleges and universities.
Offensive lineman Joel Bitonio hosted 30 children from City of Cleveland Recreation Centers to "Shop with a Pro" at DICK'S Sporting Goods as part of the Browns' continued effort to give back throughout the holiday season.
During a visit to Bloom Bakery, Browns players presented Towards Employment $75,000 as part of their commitment to social unity and equality initiatives. The grant is comprised of personal donations made by Browns players, as well as contributions from the team through the NFL's matching club grant program focused on supporting social justice causes.
Kaylon Cowan-Ross and Omowonuola Obasa were recognized as the 2018 Marion Motley Scholarship recipients. Kaylon and Omowonuola were recognized in an on-field check presentation with Browns alumni Dick Ambrose, and served as the honorary Coin Toss Captains for the game.
Baker Mayfield, David Njoku, Myles Garrett and more Cleveland Browns have specially crafted cleats for this year's My Cause, My Cleats.