Cincinnati Bengals’ Owner
Owner: Mike Brown
Mike Brown is the son of Paul Brown who helped created the Cleveland Browns, led The Ohio State University to it’s first championship, and coach/co-founder of the Cincinnati Bengals. Paul Brown was the first head coach of the Cleveland Browns, who were named after him. He later played a large role in founding the Cincinnati Bengals. His teams won seven league championships in his career of 25 professional coaching seasons. He later died in 1991 and was placed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and had Paul Brown stadium named after him. His son, Mike Brown, later replaced him and has been criticized for his lack of on-field success. Mike has, however, hired Marvin Lewis who has improved The Bengals significantly since he’s become The Bengals’ Head Coach.