If the Cleveland Browns want to become a good football team, they have to start doing a better job drafting players that actually have some intelligence.  The team was looking forward to the return of offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao. He is suppose to be able to help the offensive line with his play.

The Problem is, he couldn’t remember how to drive to the Browns training facility. The Browns confirmed that Lauvao was on his way to the facility when he turn the wrong way onto a bridge that was under construction and then crashed his car.

The good news is Lauvao wasn’t hurt in the crash, the bad news is Lauvao’s car had to be towed from the scene.

Not only did he go the wrong way he turned onto a ramp on interstate 90 which was closed and under construction. The Akron Beacon Journal reported that there was no alcohol involved. That makes it even scarier. Imagine Lauvao not drinking and completely missing all those big orange road signs that say “Ramp Closed.”

This guy has been on the team for a while now. How could he forget which way to go to get to Berea?

Lest hope he remembers how to play football once he is finally able to make it there. Lauvao is returning from a high-ankle sprain that has sidelined him for each of the first two games. You would think he suffered a head injury the way he drives.

The Cleveland Browns may want to consider getting their players bus passes or hiring them a personal driver. The players they have been drafting over the past couple of years have all kinds of problems driving.

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. WTH is going on

    There are all kinds of weird crap going on with the Browns. They might want to sit the entire team down and find out what’s up. It’s gonna be another very long year for the Brown’s faithful. Somebody PLEASE help us!

  2. Arthur

    He’s almost as misguided as you are LG….

    • LG

      You ever consider doing stand up Arthur?

  3. IBBOB

    Clown cars can be hard to drive!

  4. Tom Wynne

    lot and lots of shorter busses…


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