It's safe to say the city of Cleveland is excited about the upcoming 2019 NFL regular season...
The Browns, along with every other NFL team, released their full 2019 regular season schedule tonight.
It's a good one.
Cleveland, which is expected to contend for an AFC North title following a big offseason that included a trade for Odell Beckham Jr., has four primetime games. That's the most for the Browns in more than a decade.
Browns fans are pumped.
The cost of the average Browns ticket is up more than 100 percent in 2019, too.
"On the day the 2018 NFL schedule was released, the median cost of a Browns’ ticket was $62; as of 8:50 PM ET Wednesday, the median cost of a Browns’ ticket was $131, more than double," ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted.
The Browns open the 2019 regular season at home against Tennessee.