EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Cleveland Browns fans know pain, but the narrative remained changed this week when the team acquired star wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. in a trade.

Now, Browns fans have their sights set on the Super Bowl and years of better things to come with an offense that boasts quarterback Baker Mayfield at the forefront and Beckham as his newest weapon.

But things aren't going so well out in New York, at least not within the football realm. Many feel the Giants didn't receive enough in the trade for Beckham, which netted them first- and third-round picks, as well as safety Jabrill Peppers.

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While Giants fans are left scratching their heads, some may also be suffering from headaches. That's why Excedrin is stepping in.

According to a news release from the brand, Excedrin will offer free headache medication to Giants fans at their first home game of the season.

“Hey New York, is your confusion over your favorite team trading their best player giving you a headache? Excedrin sees your pain, and we understand that losing a star wide receiver can leave you feeling blue. Excedrin can’t help keep beloved stars playing for the home team, but at least we can provide headache relief for fans who need it – that’s why we’ll be giving away free Excedrin for your first home game,” Excedrin brand manager Sonal Modi said in a statement. 

Meanwhile, Cleveland fans have moved past the need for migraine relief. Even Victory Fridges are considered so last year.

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