Scott E. Entsminger's obituary included a request to be let down by the Cleveland Browns one more time.
The Browns organization got word of Entsminger's request and has acted to lift up his family in its time of mourning.
A day after Entsminger's request for six Browns players to serve as pallbearers went viral, a Browns spokesman confirmed Tuesday that the team reached out to Entsminger's wife. She explained that her late husband's favorite player had always been Hall of Famer Lou Groza, and during Entsminger's memorial service a team representative will delivering a personalized jersey bearing Groza's number 76.
The Tuesday afternoon memorial service comes with a dress code: Browns gear.
There's no question that Entsminger was a true fan -- and that the organization is scoring positive points with its gesture of reaching out to the family and sending a jersey.
The Browns, who are starting again this season with a new owner and the team's third head coach since 2010, can use all th...