• Cleveland Browns win last game in Pitt Stadium before move to Three Rivers: This Day in Browns History

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 17, 2013
    Nelsen, who was traded to the Browns by Pittsburgh in the offseason, led Cleveland to its second victory over the Steelers in a month and half. 17, 1968 at Pitt Stadium. - It took a while for the Browns to get on the trampoline, but their late bounce was high enough to whip the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-3, before 47,670 fans yesterday at Pitt Stadium. 16 of 1969, before the rivalry with the Pittsburgh Steelers moved to new Three Rivers Stadium the next year. The win at Pittsburgh was the Browns’ fifth straight with Nelsen as the starter and raised their overall record with him to 6-1. Enjoy the stories for the game memories, the player names you may recognize, and - especially with the older stories - the writing styles as sports reporting has changed over the years.
    Source: cleveland.com
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      On This Day in Browns History, the Browns earned a 45-24 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 17, 1968.

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