CLEVELAND (AP) - The Browns will open the season under new coach Rob Chudzinski at home and then hit the road against the Super Bowl champions.
Cleveland will host the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 8 at newly named FirstEnergy Stadium. It's the 14th time in 15 years since the Browns returned to the NFL that they've opened the season at home. Unfortunately, they're 1-12 in home openers
After facing the Dolphins, the Browns travel to Baltimore to play the Ravens. Last season's champs will visit Cleveland on Nov. 3.
The Browns play four of their first six games at home, including three straight against Cincinnati (Sept. 29), Buffalo (Oct. 3) and Detroit (Oct. 13). The matchup with the Bills is on Thursday night.
The rival Pittsburgh Steelers visit Cleveland on Nov. 24. The Browns close their regular season on Dec. 29 at Heinz Field.
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