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Browns running back Isaiah Crowell continued an effort to make amends for his controversial anti-police social media post by attending the funeral of Patrick Zamarripa, one of the five officers slain earlier this month by a gunman in Dallas.
The Browns may find themselves with no uniformed police officers in the stadium at home games this season as the city’s police union is threatening to be a no-show over an anti-police post on social media by one of the team’s players.