The only problem was that the new Browns, who returned to Cleveland in 1999, haven’t been that good since they left. A lot of people thought they were going to be good in 2019, and they finished 6-10. But since then, the organization hired Bel Air graduate Andrew Berry as general manager and Kevin Stefanksi as head coach.
Kendrick Green grew up wearing No. Still, the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie center wasn't so sure if it would be available after the team selected him in the third round of the NFL draft. The number, after all, belonged to nine-time Pro Bowler Maurkice Pouncey for more than a decade until his abrupt retirement at 32 in February.
Former Alabama running back Najee Harris got to hit the practice field for the first time with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Check it out.