We know that Drew Carey makes it very clear he's proud to be from the City of Cleveland and that means he's an avid supporter of Cleveland sport teams.
But that no longer includes the Browns...at least until they prove they can turn things around.
In an interview with NBC Sports' Joe Posnanski, Carey said he's not buying into the team right now.
“Quit buying it. I’ll buy the Browns when they’re worth buying it," he said. "That’s all there is to it. I’m sorry about it. I hope I’m not hurting anybody’s feelings. But I’m not a masochist. I’m not buying a bad product just because it’s from Cleveland.”
The comedian goes on to say Clevelanders should spend their money on something we are actually proud of.
“Go to the orchestra. It’s the best orchestra in the whole wide world, arguably, and it’s right in our city. Take the money you were going to spend on the Browns, take your kids, and go to the (bleeping) orchestra. Then you can have pride in your city. That’s the thing to be proud of. Don’t wear your (bleeping) Browns shirt like an idiot.”