The Cleveland Browns Say Goodbye To Swagger!
Browns mascot Swagger has passed away. Continue on for more…
RIP Swagger. https://t.co/5MggxaJrsa
— Stephanie Wilson (@stephietweets) February 7, 2020
CelebNSports247.com wants to say goodbye to Swagger and also say thank you for all the great years.
FOX 8 reports:
Less than four months into his retirement, Swagger passed away, the Cleveland Browns confirmed.
The former team mascot, a 145-pound bull mastiff, suffered a stroke Friday afternoon, according to his handler Justin McLaughlin.
“We will always remember him as the most loving dog we have ever encountered. His love was felt by thousands of people literally all over the world!” McLaughlin said.
Swagger joined the Browns in 2014. He ran through the tunnel at FirstEnergy Stadium before every home game and posed for photos with fans on Dawg Pound Drive. He retired in October and that’s when his son, SJ, took over.
RIP Swagger, enjoy all the treats in dog heaven ? pic.twitter.com/y9JsOgV4zQ
— Colin Barringer (@CBarringer971) February 7, 2020
— LivingOffTHELAND (@thelotlpodcast) February 7, 2020
RIP Swagger ? pic.twitter.com/Y4majsS25S
— Tamm (@Tamm_3) February 7, 2020
RIP Swagger. ??? pic.twitter.com/R7a0Y7UlS3
— Chris Rudloff (@c_rudloff84) February 7, 2020
According to reports Swagger was an awesome mascot, it is sad he’s gone.
We just hate to see this. #RIPSwagger