Cleveland Browns Football Quarterback
quar·ter·back [kwawr-ter-bak] - to lead or direct
The history of the Cleveland Browns dates back to 1945. The Cleveland Browns were founded by Mickey McBride and were named the Brown Bombers, the name was shortened later to the Browns. The Cleveland Browns are currently owned by Randy Lerner, the son of Al Lerner, who bought the NFL franchise in 1999. Cleveland Browns Stadium is the home of the Cleveland Browns and it opened in 1999. Cleveland Browns Stadium currently seats 73,200. The Cleveland Browns are a member of the American Football Conference of the National Football League and compete in the AFC North Division.