Ohio man asks NFL players to ‘let him down one last time’

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casketCLEVELAND — Seattle sports fans have never had it easy.

But one lifelong fan of the Cleveland Browns hoped to take his team’s misery to the grave earlier this month.

A lifelong Cleveland Browns Fans, 55-year-old Scott Entsminger died on July 4, CBS Sports reported. In his last will and testament, the forever-suffering fan who each year sent advice on how to run the team to the organization requested that all the pallbeares at his funeral be current Browns players.

Why, exactly?

“He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pallbearers so the Browns can let him down one last time,” his obituary from the Columbus Dispatch read.

Yeesh. Lets hope the Hawks take it all this year so us Seattleites don’t have take final rest without memories of a championship.

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