Cleveland Browns say they haven't identified fan who threw beer at Titans' Logan Ryan

Dave Clark, Cincinnati Enquirer
Published 9:26 a.m. ET Sept. 12, 2019
CLOSEAutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideSeveral stories written Wednesday suggested that the Cleveland Browns misidentified a fan who threw beer at Tennessee Titans defensive back Logan Ryan during the team’s loss this past Sunday and implicated a Cleveland DJ who said he wasn’t at the game.The Browns said Wednesday night — per the Associated Press’ Tom Withers — that they have not identified the beer-throwing fan, and that an investigation continues.Eric Smith tweeted that the Browns contacted him about the incident and issued a stadium ban despite the fact that he was working Sunday as a DJ and hasn’t attended a game since 2010.I legit just got a got from the @Browns telling me I’ve been banned from the stadium for throwing the beer in Logan Ryan’s face Sunday. I’m fairly certain I haven’t been to a game since 2010.— Eric Smith (@TheBeardedDJ) September 11, 2019″This individual person’s action is not tolerated in our building as it is not reflective of our fan base or city,” the team said in a statement. “We are currently addressing the situation internally, along with NFL Security, and we believe we have identified the person involved. He will ultimately face an indefinite ban from FirstEnergy Stadium for the unacceptable behavior, which is in clear violation for our Fan Code of Conduct.”The Cincinnati Bengals visit FirstEnergy Stadium on Dec. 8 and welcome the Browns to Paul Brown Stadium in the regular-season finale on Dec. 29.AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide

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