COLUMBUS, Ohio – The state capital might talk Buckeyes’ football 365 days a year, but it would love to be home to the Browns for three weeks every summer.
A prominent Columbus business leader with ties to Browns owner Jimmy Haslam told cleveland.com his organization has submitted a bid to become the team’s new training camp home. Alex Fischer, president and CEO of the Columbus Partnership, acknowledged he’s spearheading a campaign to lure the Browns to the state’s largest and most prosperous city for their annual summer camp.
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