Haslam: Browns will be business as usual

Owner's Pilot Flying J business under investigation from federal government. Terry McCormick

Print This April 16, 2013, 04:15 PM EST

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says the operations of the Cleveland Browns will be "business as usual" in a Tuesday press conference, a day after the FBI and IRS locked down his travel center business based in Knoxville, Tenn.

In a Tuesday news conference via, Haslam said the Browns' operation would be "business as usual" and that he is looking forward to the NFL Draft and making final preparations for it.

"We'll be going up (to Cleveland) Thursday and Friday to participate in draft preparations," Haslam added. "We're looking forward to that."

Haslam said he believes the investigation of his company could be centered on "a very insignificant number of customers" and whether or not rebates were paid to those businesses.

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