Browns to donate portion of new jersey sales for COVID-19 relief

Cleveland Browns helmet during a game against the Chicago Bears
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The Cleveland Browns are set to unveil their new uniforms next week. Fans in Ohio hope that the change is more akin to what we saw from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers recently compared to the Los Angeles Rams’ ugly new logo.

Regardless, it will lead to an uptick in jersey sales as Browns fans look to get their hands on new Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham Jr. gear.

There’s better news here, too. The Browns are going to donate a percentage of their sales to help combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic plaguing the United States. Details are not yet out, but it will certainly help those most impacted by the virus.

NFL teams are getting creative when it comes to helping out during the current crisis. All said, the league, its teams and other factions around the NFL have given tens of millions to help with relief.

These Browns are obviously the latest example.