Calling All Browns Fans!!!

Angela Boehm Casting is looking for “true Browns fans” to be featured on HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”

Looking for real people not actors, must be real!. We will be filming Wednesday 6/13 & Thursday 6/14 in various locations in Cleveland, Ohio. Each talent will be needed just 1 day; exact schedule is TBD. Pay $400 for a 12 hour day plus 20% agent fee if you have an agent. We would like to cast real people for all of the positions so that you can bring any necessary gear. Including Police bringing their own bikes.

o Motorcycle Police x2 or 4
o Firefighter x2
o Dog Walker x1
o Hall of Fame Window Washer x1
o Dock Worker x1
o Welder x1
o Butcher x1
o Glass installer x2

To submit please email angela@angelaboehmcasting.com
Subject: BACKGROUND FOR HARD KNOCKS.
Body: Please include name, part you are applying for, photo of yourself and any equipment, dog, bike that may apply.. Please include background of your position. Example if you are a glass installer, where do you work, how long have you done it, etc etc. Include your name, location, phone, height. Again we are looking for real people.

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Joe Thomas places a full-page ad in Friday’s (3/17) Plain Dealer to say, “Thank you, Cleveland.”

Thomas, 33, played every snap for the Browns since he was the third overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft until he suffered a triceps injury in October 2017. The streak was ended at 10,363 snaps when he was forced to leave in the third quarter of a loss to the Tennessee Titans. The injury forced him to miss the remainder of the season.

“This was an extremely difficult decision, but the right one for me and my family,” Thomas said in a statement. “Playing in the NFL has taken a toll on my body and I can no longer physically compete at the level I need to.”

The Browns announced plans to enshrine Thomas’ streak of 10,363 snaps in the team’s Ring of Honor in 2018.

Browns Release Their 2017 Training Camp Schedule

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In addition to an upgraded training camp layout that includes more than twice as many seats as previous years, the Browns have modified the ticketing process to ensure as many fans as possible are able to receive an up-close and personal view of the team’s preparations for the 2017 season.

Browns fans may secure prioritized access by registering for tickets online and downloading the Browns Mobile App. Once registered, fans will receive their tickets through the Browns Mobile App to access practice. While registering for tickets is strongly recommended, the team will also grant Cleveland fans admittance to practice sessions on a walk-up basis, as space permits.

Browns 2017 season ticket members will have an exclusive window to register for open practices from June 20-21 prior to public availability opening at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 22.

All tickets to training camp will be accessible through the Browns Mobile App. Printed tickets will not be available for training camp in 2017.

On Friday, Aug. 4, FirstEnergy Stadium will host the Orange & Brown Scrimmage, offering fans a unique chance to enjoy practice in the heart of downtown Cleveland. The stadium practice will be a full-pads scrimmage format in 2017.

The Browns’ largest open session returns to Cleveland after extending opportunities to fans in nearby regions through the Orange & Brown Scrimmage in Columbus the past two seasons and the 2014 Family Day at University of Akron’s InfoCision Stadium.

Free registration for the Orange & Brown Scrimmage opens to season ticket members on June 27 and to all fans on June 29. The practice will begin at 5 p.m. and will conclude with select autograph opportunities.

Fans will have the opportunity to register for prioritized access for up to three practices in Berea, along with a maximum of four guests, as space permits. Parties wishing to attend more than three practices or book for groups of six-or-more people are encouraged to contact the Browns ticket office directly (440-824-3434).

When arriving to open practices, fans can access the Browns training facility through the Beech Street entrance, with gates opening one hour before each session starts. Membership-services stations will also be available to all visitors inside and outside the complex to assist fans.

Parking is available on the campus of Baldwin Wallace University, near the intersection of Beech Street and Bagley Road.

Source: Cleveland Browns

 

Day 8 of #BrownsCamp14 in Pictures

I haven’t been able to attend the Browns Camp as often as I would like to but, I think I picked a pretty good day to get a sneak peek at my Brownies.

With the Hall of Fame Game just wrapping up hours before Day 8 of #BrownsCamp14 began, you could feel the excitement of a fan base anxious for their team to take to the First Energy Stadium field and fulfill the expectations set for them.

Aside from football season being so close, the crowd was even more abuzz thanks to media favorite, Johnny Manziel getting his first reps with the first-team offense.

There were a few “Johnny” chants throughout practice which immediately made me go, “What about my man Hoyer?!” But, I understood it shortly thereafter.. The Browns have had TWENTY starting QB’s since 1999. We’re overdue for someone we can place our trust in and having a heated duel at the QB position, almost seems to good to be true.

Could our luck be changing?! Ehh.. I’m a firm believer that you make your own luck but, for all of you superstitious people reading this, I’m hoping it has.

Go Browns!

Cleveland Browns 2014 Training Camp Schedule Is Released!

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This year, Browns fans have twelve opportunities to get  a sneak peak of their team in Berea and one special opportunity at the University of Akron’s Infocision Stadium, which will be the site of this year’s Family Day scrimmage.

The Family Day scrimmage is generally held at FirstEnergy Stadium but, the Stadium is undergoing phase one of a $120 million renovation, and won’t be ready until the first preseason game Aug. 23 against the Rams.

As usual, training camp practices are free and open to the public, but there’s a slight twist this year.. Fans will have to register online at ClevelandBrowns.com/BrownsCamp14, which will also provide daily updates on weather, appearances and additional information.

Open registration for all practices begins at 10 a.m. Thursday (6/26). Fans are asked to notify the team if they’re unable to use their ticket. More information about Family Day registration will be available later.

Fans unable to register online can call guest services at 440-891-5050.


 

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