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Former-NASCAR Driver Clint Bowyer Hilariously Trolls the Cleveland Browns Prior to NFL Loss

by Kayla Zadel
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Clint Bowyer is not a Cleveland Browns fan. His Twitter feed for sure proved that on Sunday. But when he wasn’t writing original posts about his beloved Kansas City Chiefs, he was responding to a Browns fan.

Clint Bowyer hilariously writes, “You know what else is brown????” The former NASCAR driver is responding to this individual’s tweet on the social media platform. He says that he’s a Tennessee Titans fan, but would like to see the Browns win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

However, that didn’t happen for this person. The Chiefs beat the Browns 22-17 and are one step closer to back-to-back Super Bowl titles.

Clint Bowyer is Home-State Football Fan

Bowyer is from Emporia, Kansas. It would only make sense that the now FOX broadcaster roots for his home-state team. In anticipation of yesterday’s game, it looks like Clint Bowyer received a special package for the match-up between the Browns and Chiefs.

“Lookie here! Personalized Forces!!! You damn right they’re going to #RunItBack. How bout them……..@Chiefs #RedFriday,” Bowyer tweets along with a photo of some new swag.

The pic shows a pair of Nike tennis shoes with “run it back” painted on the side, and C. Bowyer near the heel of the sneaker. Plus a bag of some sort and a piece of clothing accompany the personalized kicks.

Bowyer is such a Kansas City Chiefs fan, he even included their logo on his stock car for one of his last races. Then he tweeted at Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, giving them a heads up about the nod.

Bowyer Announces Retirement

Clint Bowyer announced his retirement from driving last year. He didn’t do a “farewell” tour, but that doesn’t mean Bowyer is leaving the sport altogether. The retired driver is joining the FOX broadcast booth this season.

“I love being a part of this sport,” Bowyer said. “That was so important for me. I didn’t want to just retire. If this opportunity with Fox didn’t come to the table, I was going to be in a car somewhere somehow. I wasn’t going to just quit and run off into the sunset because I like this sport and I wanted to find my way and a future within it.”