File this under the least shocking news you’ve heard lately: The Browns aren’t raising season-ticket prices this year coming off their historic 0-16 season.

On Monday, the Browns sent renewal letters written by new General Manager John Dorsey to their season-ticket holders and announced prices won’t rise for the ninth time in the past 10 years. Before last season, prices decreased in many of FirstEnergy Stadium’s sections.

The Browns expect to rank either 31st or 32nd among 32 NFL teams for season-ticket price per game during the 2018 season.

Prices will undoubtedly increase if Dorsey can spearhead a turnaround and bring a winner to Cleveland.

“Throughout my time in the NFL as both a player and in player personnel, I have always had an extraordinary respect for the fans in Cleveland and their love of football,” Dorsey wrote in the letter. “We are eager to bring success back to one of the NFL’s most iconic franchises and one of the league’s most passionate fan bases. We need to deliver results to you. Over the last month, with the support of [owners] Dee and Jimmy Haslam, Head Coach Hue Jackson and I have been fortunate to assemble an experienced personnel and coaching staff that consists of individuals with a long history of success across the National Football League. We are confident that these additions will significantly help provide what Cleveland deserves.

“While the work has already begun, we must and will continue to dedicate ourselves to fully evaluating every possible avenue to improve our roster and football team. We have several exceptional opportunities this offseason to achieve that goal — through the draft, owning five picks in the first two rounds, including the No. 1 and No. 4 overall selections, and during free agency, where we are well positioned to acquire some proven veteran players who will make many of our young, talented players and the entire team better on and off the field.

“In 2018 and the years ahead, our goal is to create wins in every area possible each day so that we are ready to accomplish the only goal that matters — winning football games. This is the beginning, and it is time to provide the faithful football fans of Cleveland the winning environment they’ve long desired.”

In the upcoming regular season, the Browns will host the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets.

Roster move

The Browns claimed wide receiver Larry Pinkard off waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Pinkard, 6 feet and 196 pounds, entered the NFL in 2015 when he signed with the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent from Old Dominion. He appeared in four games with the Jaguars last year and caught one pass for 5 yards. He has spent time on the practice squads of the Jaguars and Oakland Raiders.

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