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.
The Browns were never undefeated and they were never the Baltimore Ravens. They have been the Cleveland Browns since 1946.
In 1996, owner Art Modell moved the Browns to Baltimore, changing their name to the Ravens.
The Browns became the Baltimore Ravens after the 1995 season. The NFL arranged for a new Cleveland Browns team to begin playing in 1999.
The Cleveland Browns became the Baltimore Ravens.
Baltimore Colts left in 1983 to become the Indianapolis Colts. Baltimore Ravens came in 1996.
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Originally the Cleveland Browns franchise, the Ravens are now in the American Conference, in the same AFC North division as the (new) Browns, Bengals, and Steelers.
yes, the Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1995 season.
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While officially an "expansion team" the Baltimore Ravens were created when Art Modell moved the then Cleveland Browns to Baltimore.