The Browns are kicking off the season in style.
This Sunday fans will find plenty of improvements at the stadium.
From better cell phone service to a special halftime show, fans are in for a few great changes.
The Presidents of the United States of America will be performing at halftime, but if you don't leave the house early, that's when you'll get to First Energy Stadium.
The Indians also play at home at 1 p.m., so it could be a traffic nightmare.
Cleveland police advise you to use public transportation, but if you drive, have a secondary route in mind.
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And obey the parking prohibitions so you don't get ticketed or towed.
Once you get to the stadium, remember that now because of new NFL policy, you can't bring in purses, coolers or fannie packs.
Small wallets, wristlets and clear bags are permitted.
You should get inside faster, as there are 40 additional turnstiles and 20 new security lines.
These should help the crowd get inside 15 minutes faster than last year.
It used to be difficult or impossible to place a cell phone call at the stadium because of the lack of mobile broadband or Wi-Fi. Now you should have complete cell phone service and partial use of other devices such as iPads.