Rapper and Pittsburgh Steelers fan Snoop Dogg paid a visit to the Cleveland Browns' facility Wednesday, where he joined players on the field at practice and recorded a short promotional video for the team.
While Browns head coach Hue Jackson appreciated Snoop stopping by, he also cautioned his players not to focus too much on bandwagon fans.
"Snoop, I've known him for quite a while," Jackson said, according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. "He's been around some other places I have been. ... It was good to have him out for a moment. A lot of guys see him on the sideline, and his message was 'Man, you guys are doing some good things, some really good things.'
"I thought that was great. At the same time, there are going to be a lot of people that want to come be on this wagon when the wagon gets rolling, and we're going to circle the wagon. I know that because I didn't see any of these people the last two years.
"I'm still the same guy. I still knew all of these people prior to this year. We're not going to get caught up in any of that. Our players won't, and that's my message to them. We are going to work, and we're going to continue to get better and see where we are."
Snoop was in town to promote his stage play "Redemption of a Dogg," which comes to Cleveland on Oct. 28.