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Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Gabe Pszonowsky, 35, ran with an American flag from West Market Street to the University of Akron campus and around campus and back as part of Team Red, White and Blue Tuesday to show solidarity for Boston and the country on Tuesday. Akronite Georgie D'Kay took this image of Pszonowsky running east on Market Street east of Wallhaven. The image was posted on Facebook and has since gone viral. (Photo courtesy Georgie D'Kay)
Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Gabe Pszonowsky with the American flag he carried on his 9.2 mile run Tuesday in a photo taken at North Hawkins Metro Park, in Akron. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Gabe Pszonowsky with the American flag he carried on his 9.2 mile run Tuesday in a photo taken at the Hawkins Hill Area of Sand Run Metro Park, in Akron. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
BEREA: The Browns selected a record-tying 14 players and executed five trades in this year’s NFL Draft as the new regime continued to overhaul the roster and stockpile future picks.
“A change is coming,” new Browns edge rusher and Oklahoma State product Emmanuel Ogbah said Saturday while he and four other rookies were introduced to the media during the third and final day of the draft. “I feel like we are ready to make that change.”