Baker Mayfield thanks fans as Browns sell out final home game

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CLEVELAND-- The final Cleveland Browns home game of the season is a sellout, the team announced on Thursday. They host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at 1 p.m.

To celebrate, quarterback Baker Mayfield, who challenged Browns fans, recorded a video.

"I appreciate you guys. I know I called you out. I thank you guys for buying all the tickets, being there for support," the rookie said.

"It's not just about being there, you gotta be loud too. We want the energy there, we want it to be very exciting for our last home game."

On Wednesday, Browns head coach Gregg Williams said he expected a great atmosphere at FirstEnergy Stadium for the home finale.

"They are supposed to be quiet when Baker is out there, but when the other team is out there, we are supposed to be rocking and rolling. That is how well you are playing on defense and how competitive you are in the game," Williams said.

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