The NFL offseason is coming to a close and the Cleveland Browns had a humorous way of letting their fans know that football is nearing its return, filming an mock version of “The Office’s” intro.
The parody video included new Browns players such as Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry and rookie Austin Corbett (who is having some trouble carrying everyone’s coffee order). The video also saw returning players Myles Garrett, Britton Colquitt, David Njoku, Joel Bitonio, Christian Kirksey, Emmanuel Ogbah, Joe Schobert and Duke Johnson.
The one-minute video included Garrett shredding a picture of rival Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, which the rest of the team quickly noticed.
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) July 19, 2018
Not included in the video was rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, who was the top overall NFL draft pick in April. Mayfield was at Wednesday’s ESPY awards in Los Angeles, accepting the award for “Best College Athlete.”
The Browns begin their training camp on July 26. The franchise will also be the featured team on HBO’s “Hard Knocks” series, which premieres Aug. 7.
The Cleveland Browns have had a rough go of it the past two seasons, putting up an unsightly 1-31 record over the last two years. The last time the Browns won a game was Christmas Eve … of 2016. But the team made splashes this offseason, acquiring the likes of Taylor and Landry, and drafting Mayfield first overall.
That should help them finally get in the win column this season. But this video may still be their season highlight.
Watch the video above.