CLEVELAND, Ohio (WKYC) -- In June, the city of Cleveland congregated downtown to celebrate the Cleveland Cavaliers' NBA championship.
In October, whispers of a potential Cleveland Indians parade started to surface, and though the Indians fell just short of a World Series title, their season moved the team to the "Winning Column" of Cleveland sports.
But there still might be a Cleveland Browns parade.
Someone has created a Browns' perfect season parade to commemorate a potential 0-16 record.
Chris McNeil, also known as Twitter user @Reflog_18, says it's in the works. It started as one of those Facebook events to which you can RSVP. Now, McNeil says he's submitted a permit request to the city of Cleveland for an actual parade.
The request was being reviewed as of 3 p.m. Friday.
The perfect season parade would take place January 7, 2017 outside FirstEnergy Stadium.
Thursday night's loss to Baltimore moved the Browns to 0-10 on the year. The team has six chances remaining to find the win column.
Otherwise, we'll see you January 7.