|Cleveland Indians (1931)|
|Based in||Cleveland, Ohio, United States|
|Home field||Traveling team|
|League||National Football League (1931)|
|Team History||Cleveland Indians (1931)|
|Team Colors||Red, White |
|Head coaches||Al Cornsweet|
|Owner(s)||National Football League|
The Cleveland Indians was a professional football team in the National Football League for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland. However no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season.
The "Indians" name was used previously for two other Cleveland-based NFL teams. They first use of the Indians name came in 1921, when the Cleveland Tigers became the "Cleveland Indians" before folding after the 1921 season. A second "Indians" NFL team arose in 1923. That team played as the "Indians" for the 1923 season before changing their name to the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1924. These three Cleveland teams are viewed as three totally different franchises by the NFL.
|1931||2||8||0||8th||Al Cornsweet, Hoge Workman|