According to the Associated Press, the Cleveland Browns will have their fans register online in order to attend training camp. This is a way for manage the mayhem that surrounds Johnny Manziel.
Expecting huge crowds to see popular rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel compete with Brian Hoyer to be Cleveland’s starter, the Browns plan to have fans register online to attend their training camp.
The team can only accommodate roughly 5,000 fans at its facility, and Browns president Alec Scheiner told The Associated Press the team will have fans sign up beforehand so “that we don’t turn away 2,000 or 3,000 fans who just show up.” Scheiner also said the team will announce when capacity is reached and that fans can still come and wait to get in.
The team is still working out final details of the registration process. Scheiner says camp will remain free of charge and that the club never considered an admission fee.
It might be late for the Browns to change their training camp location, but it would be a smart thing to do in order to accommodate more people in order to bring in more money. They need to embrace Manziel Mania and cash in.