Swagger, the Cleveland Browns' beloved bullmastiff mascot, has passed away. The Cleveland Browns lost one of their own on Friday with the passing of their beloved bullmastiff mascot, Swagger.
After the Cleveland Browns selected Johnny Manziel in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, there was a new level of excitement around the franchise.
Cleveland Browns to Feature Bullmastiff Named 'Swagger' as New Mascot. The Browns have officially revealed the face of their new mascot Swagger.
Anslem DouglasWho Let the Dogs Out / ComposerAnslem Douglas is a Trinidadian musician and composer. He is best known for the hit single "Doggie", which was later covered by the Bahamian junkanoo band Baha Men as "Who Let the Dogs Out". Wikipedia
Who, who, who, who?” ask the Baha Men, four times in succession. The group's only major U.S. hit, “Who Let The Dogs Out,” dropped into the new millennium on July 25, 2000, as a cover of a calypso track already popular in the Caribbean.
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Coining their mascot “Brownie the Elf” has offered some questions about him. If the Browns are using “Brownie the Elf” then he is not a Brownie, but an Elf named Brownie. Brownies are gentle, mischievous and helpful creatures.
A Brown's helmet with an interlocking letters “CB” logo in brown with white trim. The letters “CB” represent the city and the nickname – Cleveland Browns. The team has had various promotional logos throughout the years, such as the “Brownie Elf” mascot or a Brown “B” in a white football.
The story of Brownie the Elf the logo begins long before the Cleveland Browns adopted the little creature — long before the team even existed, in fact. "Brownies" date back to folklore, where they were elf-like creatures who helped out with household chores as long as you left them little goodies to eat.
After receiving multiple submissions that were quite promising, McBride chose Brownie the Elf as the face of the team. The earliest known version of Brownie was on 1946 tickets for a game against the Miami Seahawks, showing that Brownie had been in the works for some time.
“Contrary to popular belief, the Browns were not named for their famous coach Paul Brown. Rather, they were called the Brown Bombers, after the nickname of the revered boxer of that era, Joe Louis. The name later was shortened to the Browns.”
Brownie the Elf is one of the official mascots of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns. Not used as often as the team's more well-known mascots, Chomps and Swagger, the mascot dates back long before the team began play.
The Dawg Pound has lost one of their most adored members on Friday. Swagger, the Cleveland Brown's live mascot died at 6 years old after a battle with cancer.
Baha Men — a Bahamian music group that plays dance, pop and reggae music — came out with its biggest hit, “Who Let the Dogs Out,” in 2000.
That's right, Sansa Stark did! In Game of Thrones, Sansa doesn't forget and rights all the wrongs, as she feeds Ramsay to the hounds and walks away with a satisfied grin. Spoiler Alert: If you have not watched Season 6, episode 9 of Game of Thrones, do not read further.