BEREA, Ohio -- With the 2023-24 regular season all but over, the Cleveland Browns know who their opponents will be for the 2024 regular season.
The Browns will have eight home games and nine away games after playing nine home games in 2023.
The Browns will host the three AFC North games in the Steelers, Bengals and Ravens, as well as the Chiefs, Chargers, Cowboys, Giants and the Dolphins.
Besides the three AFC North foes on the road, the Browns will play the Commanders, Broncos, Raiders, Eagles, Jaguars and Saints.
CINCINNATI -- The Cleveland Browns head to Houston on a down note after getting dominated by the Cincinnati Bengals in the regular season finale, 31-14 in Cincinnati.
The Bengals played their starters and Joe Mixon scored two first quarter touchdowns to propel the Bengals to an early 14-0 lead, built it to 31-0, before the Browns scored two late touchdowns for a 31-14 final.
The Browns finish the regular season, 11-6 and advance to the wild card round of the playoffs next weekend. Bengals finish the season at 9-8 and out of the playoffs.
Safety Grant Delpit is a Pro Bowl alternate and he is on injured reserve, but the Browns are hoping he could return for the playoffs.