CLEVELAND, Ohio – During tonight’s Browns game, there’s going to be a guy named Beckham who’s in the spotlight, who works hard, who believes in Cleveland.



a fire hydrant on the side of a building: During tonight’s Cincinnati Bengals-Cleveland Browns game, Bud Light is launching a national campaign to highlight Black-owned businesses. The first spot will feature Beckham’s B & M Bar B Que restaurant in North Randall.


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During tonight’s Cincinnati Bengals-Cleveland Browns game, Bud Light is launching a national campaign to highlight Black-owned businesses. The first spot will feature Beckham’s B & M Bar B Que restaurant in North Randall.

We’re not talking about Odell Beckham Jr. It’s Greg Beckham, owner of Beckham’s B & M Bar B Que.

Beckham is the first of several people who will be featured in Bud Light’s national ad campaign highlighting Black-owned businesses. The spot featuring Beckham will be aired during the second quarter. Other segments in the “Bud Light Thursday Night Shoutout” will feature folks in New York, Chicago and other markets, a rep for the company said. Bud Light also teamed with food app directory EatOkra, a four-year-old Black-owned

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In a conference call Tuesday that David Njoku knew was coming for a month, it still seemed to catch him by surprise that the local media had multiple questions about his trade request from July. 

“Like I said, I am not going into that at this moment. I am a Cleveland Brown for the time being. For now, I am a Cleveland Brown for the time being, and I am just going to leave it like that. Thank you.”

This was a pretty typical answer from Njoku addressing his status with the Cleveland Browns. From the first question, it took a uncomfortable turn and Njoku was largely fighting his way through the questions over the next several minutes. He became curt at points. His frustration with the topics made him seem unhappy with his situation, despite saying he’s comfortable here.

As Njoku relaxed with a few more questions, Tony Grossi

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