The Cleveland Browns have decided to use concrete paces as they try to find a new head coach.
The team made a decision this week to go with concrete pacs, which are molded from a material that can be used to make bricks, concrete, and other concrete forms.
It has been one of the most expensive things to make, and Cleveland has been struggling to find an adequate supply.
It was only a matter of time before the Browns were going to need more of it, and they were the first team to try it out.
The Browns are now working on a concrete pipe molds that are also known as concrete pads.
The plan is to use them to mold the exterior of the stadium and the seats, which could come down the line.
It would be the first concrete structure in the NFL.
According to a source with knowledge of the situation, the team has already started using them in some areas of the facility.
It is not clear whether the process will be continuous or just a short time.
There are also plans to use the pads in some parts of the team’s locker room.
The concrete pacemakers were initially used in China and have a reputation for being difficult to manufacture.
They were also expensive to develop, which has slowed the process down.
The idea of using concrete pacts to mold concrete surfaces is not new.
Last year, the Cleveland Cavaliers used a concrete-pacemaking machine to build a new set of seats.
But it was unclear if they were going the same route with the Browns, who are expected to hire a new coach in the next few weeks.