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Cleveland Browns owners Dee & Jimmy Haslam dedicate new youth football field in Garfield Heights

Besides the Haslams, running back Nick Chubb was on hand as well.

GARFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio — Browns owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam were in Garfield Heights Friday afternoon to help dedicate a new youth football field on the campus of Boys Hope Girls Hope in Garfield Boulevard.

The "state-of-the-art" artificial turf setting, appropriately named "Haslam Field," was built as part of the "Browns Give Ten Program." It is not only suitable for football but also soccer, lacrosse, rugby, and other sports played by the roughly 190 members of Boys Hope Girls Hope as well as the rest of the Garfield Heights community.

Besides the Haslams, other members of the Browns were on hand as well, including running back Nick Chubb.

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