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The original Cleveland Browns franchise moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 National Football League season. The City of Cleveland obtained a replacement Browns team in 1999.


yes, the Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1995 season.


The Cleveland Browns franchise moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 National Football League season. The City of Cleveland obtained a replacement Browns team in 1999.


The Browns became the Baltimore Ravens after the 1995 season. The NFL arranged for a new Cleveland Browns team to begin playing in 1999.


the Browns moved after the 1995 season.


The Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 season. An expansion team began play in Cleveland in 1999. For 3 seasons, 1996-1998, there was no NFL football in Cleveland.


The Browns left Cleveland after 1995 and became the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns came back into the league in 1999


The original Cleveland Browns joined the NFL in 1950, coming from the All-America Football Conference along with the San Francisco 49ers. The current Browns franchise began playing in 1999, after Art Modell moved the original Browns to Baltimore after the 1995 season.


The first season the Ravens played in Baltimore was 1996. The team had previously played in Cleveland and were known as the Browns since 1946 ... 1946-1949 in the All American Football Conference and 1950-1995 in the NFL.


The Browns were founded in 1946 and played in the All American Football Conference, a competitor of the NFL. They joined the NFL in 1950 and played until 1995 when the team relocated to Baltimore and became the Ravens for the 1996 season. An expansion team was awarded to Cleveland for the 1999 season. Click on the 'Cleveland Browns History' link on this page to read more.


The original Cleveland Browns actually became the Baltimore Ravens in 1995. Neither the old team (named for Coach Paul Brown) or the current expansion team, have had any other name.


There was no game for the Ravens on that date, as they didn't make the playoffs for the 1995 season as the Browns.


In 1995 Art Modell moved the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore. The Ravens name was selected by a fan contest for a mascot. It was chosen for Edgar Allen Poe's poem, "The Raven." Poe lived in Baltimore and is buried there.


The current Cleveland Browns are an expansion team that entered the NFL in 1999. They replaced the Cleveland Browns that moved to Baltimore in 1996 and became the Ravens. That team began play in the All American Football Conference in 1946 as the Cleveland Browns and entered the NFL in 1950 as the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland has never had an NFL team move there from another city. But they have had two teams move to another city. As stated above, the Browns moved to Baltimore in 1996. There was another team in Cleveland, the Cleveland Rams, that began play in the NFL in 1937. That team moved to Los Angeles in 1946 and, eventually, to St. Louis in 1995.


Hanford Dixon has written: 'Day of the dawg' -- subject(s): Football players, Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995), Biography


During the 1995 NFL season, Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell announced his intention to move the team to Baltimore for financial reasons. The team began playing as the Baltimore Ravens during the 1996 regular season. The NFL made arrangements to bring another team to Cleveland, starting with the 1999 season. The Browns' history, records and uniform colors were held over for the new Cleveland franchise.


Yes, the Baltimore Stallions were there in 1994 and 1995, prior to the return of the NFL with the Ravens. The Stallions won a division title in 1994 and in 1995 became the only US team ever to win the Grey Cup (CFL Championship).


Most of Smith's 1995 cards are worth less tha 1 dollar.


Chuck Heaton has written: 'Browns Scrapbook' -- subject(s): Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995), History, Plain dealer (Cleveland, Ohio : 1961), Sports journalism


NFL Monday Night Football - 1970 Buffalo Bills vs- Cleveland Browns 26-5 was released on: USA: 2 October 1995


NFL Monday Night Football - 1970 Cleveland Browns vs- Pittsburgh Steelers 26-11 was released on: USA: 13 November 1995


On November 6, 1995, then-Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell announced his intention to move the team to Baltimore, citing the inadequacy of Cleveland Stadium and the lack of a sufficient replacement, along with his heavy debt. The decision triggered a flurry of legal activity that ended when representatives of Cleveland and the NFL reached a settlement on February 8, 1996. It stipulated that the Browns' name, colors, and history of the franchise were to remain in Cleveland, including past records and the attribution of its Pro Football Hall of Fame players. A reactivated Cleveland Browns team would then begin play in 1999, while Modell's relocated club would technically and legally be an expansion team, the Ravens. The Ravens and the pre-1995 Browns organization are one continuous entity. Source: http://www.football-almanac.com/teams/Baltimore_Ravens.shtml


the value of such a rare collectors item is currently at $17000 but is rapidly increasing. good luck selling and this will make you rich! :D


Many of the signed footballs are valued in price close to $100 each. The exact of the football will depend upon who all signed the football and its condition.


Jon Morgan has written: 'Glory for sale' -- subject(s): Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995), Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Stadiums, National Football League, Stadiums



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