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Browns announce fan sign-up for training camp
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BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Cleveland Browns fans can sign up for free tickets to attend the team’s 13 training camp practice sessions this summer.
Twelve of the practices will be held at the team’s training facility in Berea in suburban Cleveland. There also will be a family day at InfoCision Stadium in Akron on Aug. 2.
Fans who register online at http://bit.ly/1m3PXGb can print out admission tickets. Online registration will begin 10 a.m. Thursday.
Fans can sign up online for as many as four practices and obtain tickets for as many as five people. People who want to bring bigger groups or attend more practices should call the Browns guest services department at 440-891-5050.
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