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Browns holding Playoff Drive Thru Rally for fans before divisional playoff game against Chiefs

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Posted at 4:25 PM, Jan 14, 2021

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns are playing in their first divisional playoff game in 26 years, facing the Kansas City Chiefs, and while the game is on the road, Browns fans can send their team off with spirit during a drive-thru rally planned by the organization.

On Saturday, Jan. 16, fans are invited to participate in the Browns Playoff Drive Thru Rally from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fans can drive their vehicles down Alfred Lerner Way outside FirstEnergy Stadium and show off their team spirit, while collecting a free commemorative, limited-edition playoff poster at the end of the route.

Browns alumni, as well as mascots Chomps and Brownie and DJ Kyro, will be at the stadium, greeting fans as they make their way through the drive-thru experience.

The team Pro Shop will be open during the event and photo opportunities will be available on the way to the store.

A limited number of Browns playoff yard signs will also be available for free, the team said.

Fans joining the route will enter using the East 9th Street bridge and Erieside Avenue, past the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. There will be no vehicle access from East 3rd Street, the team said.

Attendees and staff are required to wear face masks, the team said.

Fans looking to join the rally do not need to pre-register.

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