Three days ago quarterback Brian Hoyer connected with wide receiver Travis Benjamin on a 6-yard TD pass play to cement the biggest road comeback in National Football League history.
Today, fans gathered in the Hall of Fame’s Pro Football Today Gallery
to witness the jerseys worn by the duo on Sunday being placed on exhibit.
One lucky Browns fan, Josh Linton (left) of Lorain, Ohio, was chosen to assist the Hall’s curatorial staff put the jerseys in place. Linton, who was at the Hall for a company seminar, was ecstatic. | Hold your next meeting at the Hall>>>
“This ranks as one of the best moments of my life,” stated the longtime Browns fan who was making his second visit to the Hall of Fame.
The Browns milestone occured against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field in Nashville. After trailing 28-3 late in the first half, Cleveland overcame a 25-point deficit by scoring 26 unanswered points for a thrilling Week 5 victory.
Another Browns fan at the Hall of Fame was thrilled to see the mementos from the history-making moment on display. Tom Kloss, an Ohio native, is the head of the Browns Backers of Honolulu, Hawaii. He and his girlfriend Liane Kawahara traveled to the area for this Sunday’s Browns-Steelers game. Tom and Liane had originally planned on visiting the Hall yesterday but were thrilled that they waited until today and were able to see the new pieces of history from his favorite NFL team. | Plan Your Visit>>>
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