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Pro Football / Cleveland Browns / Fan Unrest / Newspaper Interviews #655526

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Discussion held with "Cleveland Plain Dealer" columnist Bud Shaw and "Florida Times-Union" columnist Vito Stellino about the fans' behavior at yesterday's pro football game between the Cleveland Browns and the Jacksonville Jaguars examined; scenes shown of fans throwing bottles at players and officials. [SHAW - says the story will remain front page following the apology from Browns official Carmen Policy; says the Browns will review their beer-serving policy.] [STELLINO - explains how the newspaper handled the sports story on the front page today and tomorrow.]

Brown, Aaron

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