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Cleveland Browns Players Robbed at Gunpoint

Two Cleveland Browns players robbed at gunpoint outside a nightclub, with Newsome's truck and jewelry stolen. Browns backup running back Demetric Felton also had his vehicle stolen.

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Browns players robbed at gunpoint
Multiple car thefts involving team members
Chiefs visit White House, Cowboys not pursuing Hopkins.

Cleveland Browns players Greg Newsome II and Perrion Winfrey were robbed at gunpoint by six masked men outside a nightclub in Cleveland early on Monday morning. The suspects stole Newsome's truck and jewelry before fleeing the scene. No one was harmed during the incident. Police are currently trying to locate the stolen vehicle.

This is not the first time Cleveland Browns players have been targeted in recent car thefts. Backup running back Demetric Felton had his vehicle stolen from his apartment garage over the weekend. This marks the fourth car theft involving Browns players this year.

Despite the incidents, the Browns are set to begin their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. In a tweet, Newsome referenced the robbery, writing, "It's a cruel world we live in."

In other NFL news, the Kansas City Chiefs visited the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl LVII victory with President Joe Biden and other White House employees. Meanwhile, Cowboys executive Stephen Jones stated that the team is not pursuing wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, as they traded for Brandin Cooks in March and are pleased with their current receiving group.

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