Mansfield man dies, makes final request of Browns

The obituary of a 55-year-old Mansfield, Ohio, man who died on the Fourth of July describes him as “fun” and “loving.”

No kidding.

Because Scott Entsminger loved his Cleveland Browns, to the point he made a special request for his funeral.

“He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pall bearers so the Browns can let him down one last time,” states the request in his obituary in The Columbus Dispatch.

Entsminger is described as a long-time Browns season ticket holder who wrote the team regularly and wrote a song about the team annually, the obituary states. The family even asked that those attending the funeral wear Browns clothing – to honor him.

But it’s the players he wants to lower him to his final resting spot.

Yes … the Browns get it … even from the grave.