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Realtor brazenly offers services to embattled Cleveland Browns coach

Just in case Mike Pettine was looking to sell…

The Cleveland Browns are bad. There’s not much gray area there.

The Browns got blown out on Sunday by their in-state rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, by the score of 37-3.

It was about as much of a complete beatdown as you’ll see in the NFL these days.

The loss dropped the team to 2-10, the worst record in the league.

And the chatter around the team isn’t good, with the team’s head coach, Mike Pettine, receiving significantly less than total support from the team’s owner, Jimmy Haslam, in the wake of the team’s latest debacle.

Apparently Haslam said that he hasn’t assured Pettine that he’ll even finish out the season as the team’s coach. It’s a near certainty that Pettine won’t be back with the team next year.

And one Cleveland Browns’ fan is offering up her services to help Pettine on his way out of town.

According to a report from the sports site TheBigLead.com, a Cleveland Realtor showed up at Sunday’s game with a sign offering her skills to help Pettine and Browns’ General Manager Ray Farmer sell their houses after they’re fired.

According to The Big Lead, Amanda Telencio held up a sign during Sunday’s game that read, “PETTINE & FARMER, CALL ME WHEN YOU NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE!!”

The sign then listed her agency, Century 21 Arrow Realty and a phone number that appears to be Telencio’s phone number.

Odds are, Pettine and Farmer won’t take Telencio up on her offer, but maybe she’ll cut them a deal in exchange for the free publicity.

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