Found March 27, 2013 on Cleveland Sports 360:
Hey Browns fans, do you remember last April when the Cleveland Browns used their pick in the first round of the NFL draft on Brandon Weeden? Do you remember seeing a shocked look on some guys faces sitting in Radio City Music hall? You know, a look like, why in the world would the Cleveland Browns draft a bum like Brandon Weeden in the first round of the NFL draft. Those guys you saw supporting the Cleveland Browns even though the past front office made a terrible mistake by wasting the teams second pick on an over aged Q.B. were the Browns Bunch. This season you can join these guys for a NFL draft party and You Can  See How They Do, up close. That’s right, the Browns Bunch the same group of guys that traveled all the way to New York City to watch the Browns make a terrible mistake by drafting Weeden are having one heck of a great party. Join the Browns Bunch at Scoundrel’s in Berea. You can join Wish, Aussie and the rest of the Browns Bunch at this years NFL draft party. Your first...
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