The 3-7 Cleveland Browns have encountered yet another setback during what’s become a frustrating season.
News 5 Cleveland has reported that a portion of the field at FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Browns, was damaged early Tuesday morning by an individual driving a vehicle. Video captured by AirTracker5 shows multiple sets of tracks on the turf in the field of play, and it was said that “some of the ruts left behind appeared to be significant in some places” as of Tuesday afternoon local time.
The report adds that it’s believed a trespasser may have jumped a fence to get into the stadium and then caused the damage by driving a golf cart on the field. Cleveland is scheduled to host the 5-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers this coming Sunday.