VIDEO: Browns Show Support for Indians

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CLEVELAND -- There are some true Tribe fans over at FirstEnergy Stadium.

The Indians head into the American League Wild Card game knowing they have the support of the Cleveland Browns.

A video posted to shows the football players wishing the baseball players the best.

"Everyone’s so proud and it’s a great time to be a Cleveland fan.  Go get it,” quarterback Brian Hoyer said in the clip.

"Congratulations to the Cleveland Indians, it’s a great time to be a Cleveland fan,” was defensive back Joe Haden's message.

"The city couldn’t be more proud of you, keep it going and roll Tribe!” linebacker Justin Staples said.

Watch the rest of the responses in the video above.

The Indians host the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday at Progressive Field at 8:07 p.m.

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The Browns host the Buffalo Bills Thursday at 8:25 p.m.  During the game, Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown will be honored and the team will acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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