Cleveland Browns and FirstEnergy finalize stadium naming rights deal

The Cleveland Browns are going the Commanders route of naming things associated with their team. The home of the last team in the AFC South now called Cleveland Browns Stadium after the team and FirstEnergy terminated their naming rights agreement. He the company was accused in a political corruption scandal for allegedly manipulating the passage of House Bill 6.

Last June, the Cleveland City Council called for the removal of the company’s name, citing FirstEnergy’s involvement in the plan.

While some other corporate sponsor is likely to put their name on Browns stadium with a mega advertising deal, why not take a more affordable route with it? That’s what the Browns should call their stadium, because keeping it as Cleveland Browns Stadium should last about three weeks.

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