The season’s 1st snow hits some Browns from the South hard

Jeff Risdon
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The snow was flying in Northeast Ohio on December 1st. For a couple of Browns from the South, the heavy white stuff falling from the sky proved quite an adventure.

Cleveland picked up between five and eight inches of snowfall overnight, the first real snowfall of the 2020 winter season in Northeast Ohio. There were eight inches of snow measured in Berea, the home of the Browns training facility.

Wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge is from Mississippi, where it doesn’t snow very often and certainly never accumulates like it did on Tuesday morning in Cleveland. Hodge was taking it easy on the roads.

Safety Ronnie Harrison, a Floridian who played college ball at Alabama, showed his snow naivete in his feeble attempt to clean off his truck.

Fellow injured DB Greedy Williams captured Harrison on video. The Browns acquired Harrison this summer from Jacksonville, where it snows an average of less than an inch a year. At least Harrison was good-natured about it…