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76 Lou Groza Bvld.
Berea, Ohio 44017
Telephone: (440) 891-5000

Cleveland Browns Stadium
1085 West 3rd Street Cleveland, Ohio 44114 (440) 891-5000

1999 HOF Game
Aug. 9 vs. Cowboys H.O.F. game

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Browns owner Alfred Lerner, after an 18 month battle against brain cancer passes away on Oct.23 at Cleveland Clinic Hospital and is survived by his wife, Norma, and two children: Nancy Lerner Carosielli and Randolph Lerner.

Randy Lerner

As Al Lerner's health worsened over the past nine months, he and Policy and Randy met several times to plan the future of the franchise. Policy said it was during this time that he developed a closer relationship with Randy.

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"He grew up wearing Cleveland Browns pajamas,'' Browns President Carmen Policy has said. "He had Cleveland Browns sheets and pillows.'' While this may not be Lerner's favorite way of having his image put forth, he pledges allegiance to the famous orange helmets.

Randy Lerner was born in 1962, about two years after his parents moved to Shaker Heights from Brooklyn, N.Y., and about a year after Brooklyn native Art Modell bought the Browns. The two Lerner children, Randy and Nancy, were accompanying their parents to Browns games by 1969, when the team reached the NFL finals by clobbering the Cowboys 38-14. They lost a week later at Minnesota, a win short of Super Bowl IV.

"My desire to win is endless, like any Cleveland Browns fan. It's a burning, burning desire to be part of the Cleveland Browns I've always read about and known.''

In recent years, Randy Lerner has made his home close to his parents' Brooklyn roots. He lives on Long Island in the general vicinity of Steven Spielberg and Jerry Seinfeld. He and his wife of 10 years, Lara, have a daughter, Chase, 7, a son, Max, 5, and another child on the way. With his stake in the family fortune, including power roles with the Browns and the MBNA credit-card empire, Randy Lerner has traveled to Ohio as routinely as Cantonians drive to Browns games. He will maintain residences in Ohio and New York. A Columbia Law School graduate, Lerner has spent time as a Wall Street lawyer. He knows his way around Manhattan, where New York University Law School graduate Paul Tagliabue works as NFL commissioner.

Front Office

Information on the front office.
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Coaching Staff
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               Our Team

         2003 Preseason
  • Saturday, August 9
  • At Tennessee Titans WKYC-TV 8:00PM 6-10 L
  • Friday, August 15
  • Green Bay Packers CBS-TV 8:00PM 31-38 L
  • Saturday, August 23
  • Thursday, August 28
  • Atlanta Falcons WKYC-TV 8:00PM 20-9 W

2003 Browns Games Regular Season

  • Sunday, September 7
    Indianapolis Colts CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, September 14
    @ Balitmore Ravens CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, September 21
    @ San Francisco CBS 4:15 PM
  • Sunday, September 28
    Cincinnati Bengals CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 5
    @ Pittsburgh Steelers ESPN 8:30 PM
  • Sunday, October 12
    Oakland Raiders CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 19
    San Diego Chargers CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 26
    @ New England Patriots CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 2
    Bye Week!
  • Sunday, November 9
    @ Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 16
    Arizona Cardinals FOX 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 23
    Pittsburgh Steelers CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 30
    @ Seattle Seahawks CBS 4:15 PM
  • Monday, December 8
    St. Louis Rams ABC 9:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 14
    @ Denver Broncos CBS 4:05 PM
  • Sunday, December 21
    Baltimore Ravens CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 28
    @ Cincinnatti Bengals CBS 1:00 PM

2002 Standings
Team Win  Loss
Pittsburgh 11.5 6.5
Cleveland 9 8
Baltimore 7 9
Bengals 2 14

2002 Realignment

Buffalo Baltimore Houston Denver
Miami Cincinnati Indianapolis Kansas City
New England Cleveland Jacksonville Oakland
N.Y. Jets Pittsburgh Tennessee San Diego

Dallas Chicago Atlanta Arizona
N.Y. Giants Detroit Carolina St. Louis
Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans San Francisco
Washington Minnesota Tampa Bay Seattle