Posted on May 8, 2019
By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter
We’ve heard stories in the past about construction workers trolling the teams they work for. One guy flew an Alabama flag at Texas A&M’s football stadium, while another buried a Red Sox jersey at the new Yankees Stadium. And it’s time for a new story. Enter Tony Said, a construction worker from Cleveland that is currently working on M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Baltimore Ravens. This week he decided to make his love for the Cleveland Browns known by hanging a giant poster of Baker Mayfield outside the stadium, visible to anyone walking by. He admitted that it wasn’t up for very long, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t bring him immense joy.
Friend of mine did a little redecorating at M&T Bank Stadium pic.twitter.com/yZqhYYVsG1— Nick Sikirski (@nickski24) May 7, 2019
We love ourselves a little trickery at the FCFL, and we hope to see our athletes have the same kind of spirit this coming season. There’s nothing wrong with a friendly prank, especially when it comes to getting in the heads of your opponents before a game. Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller has already joked about sending pizzas in the middle of the night right before a game to make their opponents. Fans, are you ready to team up with your Fan Captains and favorite players to make this kind of thing a reality?