The Cleveland Browns now stand with the 2008 Detroit Lions for one of the NFL's all-time woeful seasons. The Browns wrapped up an 0-16 season with a 28-24 loss Sunday to the Pittsburgh Steelers, becoming just the second team ever to reach the mark. Cleveland mounted a late drive and was in Pittsburgh territory in the final two minutes, but wide receiver Corey Coleman dropped what would have been a first down on fourth-and-2. Browns coach Hue Jackson pledged before the season he would jump in Lake Erie if his team went 1-15 again. Though his team did not replicate last season's remark, he said last week he intends to fulfill his promise.