Watch: The Cleveland Browns Attendance Dips To A Record Low

The NFL’s Cleveland Browns average attendance last year was 63,883, the lowest since the team came back to Cleveland in 1999. It’s the fourth straight year of declining attendance since 2013, when they averaged 71,242 at home. The numbers might actually be worse, as the Browns count attendance by tickets sold rather than butts in seats. Browns fans, anecdotally among the best in the league, seem to finally be voting with their wallets.

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