CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video above is from Nov. 29, 2020.
As you may have noticed, Tuesday brought Northeast Ohio's first significant snow of the season.
But while many in the area are already pros when it comes to dealing with winter weather, the same can't necessarily be said for the Cleveland Browns.
With players who hail from all over the country, many on the Browns roster are hardly accustomed to dealing with winter weather. Take for example safety Ronnie Harrison, who grew up in Tallahassee, Florida, spent his college career at Alabama and began his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars before being traded to Cleveland in August.
Taking to social media on Tuesday, Browns cornerback -- and Louisiana native -- Greedy Williams shared a video of Harrison having a tough time clearing snow off of his truck.
Williams and Harrison were hardly alone when it came to Browns players taking to social media to share their experiences with Tuesday's snow, as wide receiver Jarvis Landry and safety Grant Delpit were among those to join in on the fun.
Perhaps the most appropriate weather-related post from a Browns player came from wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge. Noting the less than ideal driving conditions, Hodge -- who grew up in Mississippi and spent his college career at Prairie View A&M in Texas -- urged anyone on the roads to go avoid him.
"If you see me on the road today GO AROUND," Hodge tweeted. "I will be driving maximum 15 mph with the emergency lights on."
As it turned out, he wasn't kidding.