How many ‘Bucks’ can you count?

I’m looking at you, the Cleveland Browns.

So many, in fact, that the team recently posted an image of two hats to help celebrate the anniversary of the iconic franchise.

The hats have been on display at all games since the Cleveland-New York game on March 25, 2000.

The hat that will be retired in 2017 is the one worn by the legendary quarterback Joe Theismann.

Theis the only one of the many hats the Browns have worn during their 17-year history.

That one was retired in 2001.

Theis also the only player to wear the “Bucket” helmet during the game.

But not everyone was as enthusiastic about the hat as Browns fans.

The New York Times reported at the time that some fans at games booed and cursed at Theis.

One fan told The Times that fans who wore the hat were “just looking for a trophy to play for.”

That was when Theisman tweeted out a photo of his helmet with the words “I’m Not Sorry” printed across it.

It was an odd moment, especially considering Theis had recently signed a deal to play in the 2020 season.

But the hat was a hit.

Fans started wearing the hats in their carpools, while other sports fans joined in.

The trend continues.

Now, that hat is back in the spotlight again.

The Browns have released a photo to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Theismania.

The jersey features Theis on the back, with the word “BUCKET” on the front.

The team also released a video featuring the players who wore it.

The hat was retired by the Browns in 2002, but it’s been a favorite of Cleveland fans since the team went to the Super Bowl in 2003.

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