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Among NFL teams, no place has been quite the revolving door for head coaches like the Cleveland Browns. Of their past four head coaches, two were fired after just one season leading the franchise (Freddie Kitchens in 2018 and Rob Chudzinski in 2013) and the last coach to coach more than 40 games for the team was Romeo Crennel back from 2005-08.

Most coaches and coordinators understand the complexities that go into calling a play and an entire drive, while fans often complain about how they could step into the coordinator role and perform better. Well the Browns are now providing that opportunity to some lucky fans.

Two Browns super-fans will have the opportunity to help script the first 15 offensive plays of a preseason game as part of the All In Challenge.

The challenge is an ongoing charity event that has raised nearly $46 million to provide food to those in need, including frontline heroes, the elderly and frontline heroes. People can enter to win a number of different sweepstakes opportunities that include private putting lessons with Tiger Woods, the opportunity to play 18 holes with Phil Mickelson and season tickets within the first 10-rows for your favorite team for 5 years PLUS a $100k gift card to Fanatics as well as a host of other great experiences and opportunities.

The opportunity will include an invite for both winners to sit down with first-year Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski and offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt to script those first handful of plays, and will also include them attending a team dinner the night before the game, a run through the tunnel with players and pregame sideline passes.

Entries into the raffle portion of the contest are; $10 for 10 entries, $25 for 25 entires and $50 for 100 entries and $100 for 200 entries. One winner will be chosen from that raffle, while the other will come via an auction where the current highest bid at the time of publishing this article is $9,000.

Here is a link to the Browns All In Challenge raffle page with a video message from coach Stefanski.

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