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TODAY   |  July 09, 2013

Cleveland Browns fan makes hilarious jab in obit

Late Cleveland Browns fan Scott Ensminger got in one last jab at his favorite team even after he passed away. In his obituary, he asked that members of the team carry his coffin so that they could “let him down one last time.”

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>> post. retired gm worker was a season ticket holder of the cleveland browns and even wrote a song for the football team every year. sadly he passed away last week and his obit included a shout out to his beloved browns. he wrote he respectfully requests six cleveland browns paul bearers so the browns can let him down one last time. the browns have never made it to the super bowl and haven't won a championship in 15 years but they're still encouraging everyone to wear browns clothing today at his memorial service . this just in. apparently they're going to give the family one of his teammate's favorite jerseys.

>> that's nice.

>> talk about parting shot.

>> he meant it in the best possible way.