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10:03 AM ET 01.20 | $100 million: Estimated value of the FirstEnergy Crop. deal with the Cleveland Browns for the naming rights to the football stadium over the next 17 years, a NFL source told The Plain Dealer. $58 million: Estimated value of the 16-year deal the Cleveland Indians struck with the Progressive Corp. in 2008 for the renaming of the baseball ballpark.

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January 20, 2013  10:12 AM ET

Nothing but the best of sports on here

January 20, 2013  10:37 AM ET
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Nothing but the best of sports on here

Damned riveting - isn't it?

January 20, 2013  10:44 AM ET
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Damned riveting - isn't it?

Sad to say it's at least a change to the endless OC, DC or HC and who's interviewing and who got hired.

January 20, 2013  10:47 AM ET
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Sad to say it's at least a change to the endless OC, DC or HC and who's interviewing and who got hired.

Yeah - they kinda bombarded us with those yesterday, didn't they?

January 20, 2013  10:55 AM ET

Now invest some of that in players!!!

January 20, 2013  11:24 AM ET

Call it whatever you want. Until they win a few more than they lose, they're a crappy team playing in the Toilet Bowl.

January 20, 2013  12:04 PM ET

Wait? It's no longer "The Jake"? If you change the name of the stadium when your team is not playing any games of import, does anyone notice?

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January 20, 2013  02:05 PM ET

Greed, greed, greed.

January 20, 2013  03:41 PM ET
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Call it whatever you want. Until they win a few more than they lose, they're a crappy team playing in the Toilet Bowl.

Its the Factory of Sadness, get it right! lol

January 20, 2013  07:46 PM ET

How 'bout we have a little truth in advertising here. Call it "Taxpayer Field", or "Shafted Citizen Stadium."

January 20, 2013  10:51 PM ET
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How 'bout we have a little truth in advertising here. Call it "Taxpayer Field", or "Shafted Citizen Stadium."

LOL
I like "Shafted Citizen Stadium"....SCS for short.

January 20, 2013  11:17 PM ET

Baltimore's stadium can keep the "M&T" in it's name ... it stands for Murderers & Thugs.

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January 21, 2013  12:11 AM ET

really you want to place your corporate name on Browns Stadium?

January 21, 2013  07:13 AM ET
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Actually it stands for manufacturers and Traders. I've been to quite a few Ravens games, never any problems. Nothing compares to SF, LA and NY.

I think he meant your players! Especially your middle linebacker who is now using God to deflect the fact he should be in prison right now.

January 21, 2013  07:38 AM ET
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I think he meant your players! Especially your middle linebacker who is now using God to deflect the fact he should be in prison right now.

Amen.

January 21, 2013  01:29 PM ET
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really you want to place your corporate name on Browns Stadium?

haha, that's what I was thinking

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January 22, 2013  05:56 AM ET

Lewis destroyed evidence and gave bogus information to the police. Ask Welker's wife, according to her I think he has six kids with 4 wives. Great role model. No wonder he is crying all of the time and has to talk about God every time a microphone is within 10 feet.

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