Technically the Browns never moved. While Art Modell's team, personnel, and equipment moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens, the Cleveland Browns name, history, and records, by legal agreement with Modell, stayed in Cleveland. The NFL promised Cleveland another Browns franchise, which they received for the 1999 season.
The Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens for the 1996 NFL season. A new Cleveland Browns expansion team formed for the 1999 NFL season.
They didnt, the cleveland browns are still a team
the Browns moved after the 1995 season.
The Browns became the Baltimore Ravens after the 1995 season. The NFL arranged for a new Cleveland Browns team to begin playing in 1999.
st. Louis the were the st. Louis browns and then move in 1954
The St. Louis Browns existed as a baseball team from 1902 until 1953. The franchised then moved to Baltimore and became the Baltimore Orioles of today.
The St. Louis Browns left St. Louis in 1953 to relocate to Baltimore. The club's name was changed to the Orioles.
yes, the Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1995 season.
In 1996, owner Art Modell moved the Browns to Baltimore, changing their name to the Ravens.
The Baltimore Orioles were a charter member of the new American Association (later the American League) when it was formed in 1882, They played in the league through the 1902 season before it was disbanded and the St. Louis Browns took their spot in the A. L. for the 1903 season. The Browns stayed in the American League through the 1952 season. In 1953, the francise move to Baltimore and again became the Baltimore Orioles and remain there now.
The Browns were never undefeated and they were never the Baltimore Ravens. They have been the Cleveland Browns since 1946.
The Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1953 season and became the Baltimore Orioles.
The Cleveland Browns franchise moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 National Football League season. The City of Cleveland obtained a replacement Browns team in 1999.