As the Browns gets ready for the upcoming preseason, some of the players found time to take a break to put together their own version of the opening credits of The Office — and it's pretty great.
Just as The Office opening begins with shots of Scranton, Pennsylvania, the Browns' version of The Office opening begins with shots of Berea and the team's headquarters.
Playing the infamous Michael Scott is Tyrod Taylor holding the "World's Best Boss" mug. Jarvis Landry sits at the front desk playing a much happier receptionist than Pam Beasley. The team even had some fun with one of the show's first jokes as Christian Kirksey pulls out a plate of Jell-O with a glove stuck inside. (For those who aren't familiar with The Office, in the first episode of the show we witness the beginning of Jim Halpert's relentless string of pranks on Dwight Shrute when Dwight finds his stapler inside Jell-O.) Maybe the best part of the whole thing is defensive end Myles Garrett, dressed as Dwight, shredding a picture of Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
The parody is filled with lots of plays on the show that The Office fans will appreciate. Check it out:
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