Browns' CB Denzel Ward during a timeout in a Dec. 24, 2022 game. Dec 24, 2022; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward (21) huddles in his jacket during a timeout during the second quarter against the New Orleans Saints at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

The Cleveland Browns have been one of the most snakebit franchises in NFL history.

For example, until two seasons ago, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was the winningest quarterback in the history of Cleveland Browns Stadium, which has stood on the banks of Lake Erie since 1999.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is looking to renovate the stadium to add new revenue streams to his business. While negotiations are still underway, it’s clear that hundreds of millions of dollars in public money will be spent on Browns Stadium.

According to an official Cleveland budget document, however, Browns Stadium might not be providing fans with what it’s supposed to.

“According to the city of Cleveland’s official budget books, Browns stadium exists to ‘provide a source of public relaxation and entertainment,'” Signal reporter Nick Castele tweeted.

The NFL world was quick to react to the hilarious document.

“Factory of Relaxation,” joked one fan, putting a spin on the longtime “Factory of Sadness” moniker given to the stadium in a famous viral video.

“The Browns have never made me feel relaxed, not once,” wrote one fan.

“***except on Sundays between 1 and 4 p.m. when the Cleveland football team are in town then it is just misery and torment,” noted one fan.

“*pain and suffering,” noted one fan.

[Nick Castele on Twitter]