The Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League is expanding for its second season and is seeking players throughout Northeast Ohio for teams.
The league, sponsored by the Achievement Centers for Children, consists of children and young adults 7 and older with disabilities, including physical limitations and developmental delays.
There are several divisions to accommodate all skill levels, according to Mike Urban, manager of sports services for Achievement Centers for Children.
Last year, 80 players and 60 volunteers came out on Saturday mornings for football games. The volunteers included several area high school coaches and players.
The league is adding a new location in Cuyahoga Falls this year to give more kids a chance to play.
For more information or to register, visit the Achievement Centers for Children website.