Many football fans are still talking about the Browns on-field play on Sunday, which answered questions about the team’s defense and quarterback DeShaun Watson. But off the field, there are a lot of unanswered questions about the future of city-owned Browns Stadium, and how it fits into larger lakefront development.

Keeping the Browns in Cleveland will have a lot to do with what the city leaders do with the stadium. At minimum, the team wants a major makeover of the stadium. How the renovation will be funded is also not settled.

Mark Naymik talked these and other issues during a recent appearance on WKYC Channel 3.

Watch the WKYC broadcast on Browns meeting on lakefront development:

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Mark is a veteran journalist with experience in alternative media, print, digital and television news. For 19 years, he was a groundbreaking reporter and metro columnist with The Plain Dealer and Most recently, Mark spent three years as an investigative, enterprise and breaking news reporter at WKYC-TV, where his "Leading the Land" series on Cleveland's 2021 mayoral primary race earned a regional Emmy.