Browns Fans Warned to Bundle Up Sunday

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CLEVELAND — Browns fans better bundle up for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers! This weekend’s weather forecast is calling for cold temperatures and some possible snow.

** Click here for more on Sunday’s forecast **

“If you’re a die-hard fan, the weather really doesn’t mean anything. We’re going to get with the program because we bite hard like that,” said Emmanuel Smith of Cleveland.

Smith, like most fans, already knows the drill, and that’s to wear lots of layers.

“Wear anything that cuts the wind and wear your thermals and wear your layers and that’ll solve your problem,” said Mike Kotnik, who knows a thing or two about braving the cold. He rides his bike around town all year long.

Dressing warm isn’t the only important thing to remember for Sunday’s game. The NFL also wants people to take note of certain tips:

  • Under the NFL bag policy, fans are allowed to bring blankets to the game by draping them over their shoulders while entering the stadium. This will help expedite ingress and lessen lines at stadium gates.
  • Fans are encouraged to approach stadium gates by 12:15 p.m. to help ensure entry by kickoff. Proper screening processes may take additional time due to the climate.
  • In the event lines build at the south gates, fans should consider using the north gates, which may allow for quicker entry.

Click here to read more on the NFL’s new bag policy.

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