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Johnny Watch: Training Camp Day 3

Aug 01, 2015 -- 5:55pm

By Jason Gibbs | ESPNCleveland.com

 

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BEREA -- Happy Saturday and welcome to day three of Browns training camp. At 9:23am, Johnny Manziel is the second QB out of the locker room on this Saturday morning, joined by Thaddeus Lewis. Connor Shaw was the first QB out at 9:18am. Josh McCown is the last QB out at 9:24am. Everyone is in pads so excitement is in the air.

9:30am: Center/QB exchange work.

9:38am: Stretch time

9:46am: Offense Shell Drill from the 10-yard line. Manziel and McCown rotate on each snap.

9:52am: QB/RB Drills

10:02am QB/WR Drills

10:12am: WR vs. DB with QBs. These are the stats for only Manziel and are NOT factored into the final numbers of the day.

10:21am: Johnny time (Numbers – 8/12)

  • Play #1 – Incompletion to WR Travis Benjamin
  • Play #2 – Completion to WR Taylor Gabriel
  • Play #3 – Completion to TE E.J. Bibbs
  • Play #4 – Incompletion to WR Andrew Hawkins
  • Play #5 – Completion to WR Vince Mayle
  • Play #6 – Incompletion to WR Andrew Hawkins
  • Play #7 – Incompletion to TE E.J. Bibbs
  • Play #8 – Completion to WR Marlon Moore
  • Play #9 – Completion to TE E.J. Bibbs
  • Play #10 – Completion to WR Josh Lenz
  • Play #11 – Completion to WR Rodney Smith
  • Play #12 – Completion to WR Vince Mayle

10:30am: Special Teams time. QBs go to work on agility.

10:42am: 7 on 7 Drill

10:42am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 4/4 Passing)

10:45am: Johnny time (Numbers – 4/4)

  • Play #1 – Completion to WR Josh Lenz
  • Play #2 – Completion to TE Gary Barnidge
  • Play #3 – Completion to TE Rob Housler
  • Play #4 – Completion to WR Josh Lenz

10:48am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 4/4 Passing)

10:52am: 11 on 11

10:52am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/1 Passing with three handoffs)

10:56am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/1 with a QB sneak and two handoffs)

  • Play #1 – Completion to FB Malcolm Johnson
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Isaiah Crowell
  • Play #3 – QB sneak
  • Play #4 – Handoff to RB Terrance West

11:02am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/2 Passing with one handoff)

11:05am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/1 with two handoffs)

  • Play #1 – Completion to WR Josh Lenz
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Terrance West
  • Play #3 – Handoff to RB Isaiah Crowell

11:07am: Special Teams time. QB’s go to work on agility.

11:19am: 11 on 11

11:19am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/4 Passing)

11:23am: Johnny time (just one play then Thaddeus Lewis came in for a play)

  • Play #1 – Sacked

11:25am: Johnny time (Numbers – 0/2)

  • Play #1 – Incompletion to TE Rob Housler
  • Play #2 – Incompletion to TE Jim Dray

11:29am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 0/2 Passing with a QB run)

11:32am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/3)

  • Play #1 – Completion to FB Malcolm Johnson on a beautiful fade route that arguably is the best pass of the day that any of the QB’s threw.
  • Play #2 – Incompletion to RB Luke Lundy
  • Play #3 – Incompletion to TE Gary Barnidge

11:36am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/3 Passing with one handoff)

11:39am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/3 with one handoff)

  • Play #1 – Completion to RB Shaun Draughn
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Luke Lundy
  • Play #3 – Incompletion to WR Darius Jennings
  • Play #4 – Incompletion to WR Josh Lenz

11:47am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/3 Passing)

11:50am: Johnny time (Numbers – 2/3)

  • Play #1 – Incompletion to WR Darius Jennings
  • Play #2 – Completion to TE Rob Housler
  • Play #3 – Completion to WR Darius Jennings

11:53am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 0/2 Passing)

 

UN-OFFICIAL PASSING TOTALS FOR SATURDAY 08/01

  • Johnny Manziel: 10/17
  • Josh McCown: 15/25

 

UN-OFFICIAL PASSING TOTALS FOR 2015 TRAINING CAMP

  • Johnny Manziel: 31/45 (69%)
  • Josh McCown: 39/55 (71%)

 

 

 

Johnny Watch: Training Camp Day 2

Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:15pm

By Jason Gibbs | ESPNCleveland.com

 

Photo/AP

BEREA - The Johnny watch for 2015 is here. It’s a tradition like none other as we follow the NFL’s most talked-about number two (for now) quarterback. This year one little change. Many of you want to know what the starting QB is doing so in the 11 on 11 drills I have added Josh McCown’s stats so you can compare them to Manziel’s. Enjoy and welcome to the season!

9:17am: How ya doin Johnny?!? Manziel comes out of the locker room on this hot Friday morning. He’s the second QB out behind Connor Shaw. Thaddeus Lewis and Josh McCown walk out of the locker room together three minutes later at 9:20am.

9:30am: Offense Shell

9:33am: Johnny time. Manziel throws a dump off to RB Terrance West.

9:35am: Center/QB exchange work.

9:43am: Stretch time

9:51am: Offense Shell Drill from the 10-yard line. Manziel and McCown rotate on each snap.

9:57am: QB/RB Drills

10:00am: QB’s go through snap and footwork drills

10:12am: QB/WR Drills

10:22am: Special Teams time. QB’s go to work on agility.

10:33am: 7 on 7 Drill

10:33am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 4/4 Passing)

10:38am: Johnny time (Numbers – 4/4)

  • Play #1 – Completion to WR Vince Mayle
  • Play #2 – Completion to TE Rob Housler
  • Play #3 – Completion to TE Gary Barnidge
  • Play #4 – Completion to TE Gary Barnidge

10:42am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 3/4 Passing)

10:46am: 11 on 11

10:46am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/3 Passing with one handoff)

10:50am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/1 with two handoffs and a botched snap)

  • Play #1 – Handoff to RB Isaiah Crowell
  • Play #2 – Completion to RB Luke Lundy
  • Play #3 – Botched snap
  • Play #4 – Handoff to RB Terrance West

10:54am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/1 Passing with two handoffs)

10:58am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/1 with two handoffs)

  • Play #1 – Handoff to RB Terrance West
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Shaun Draughn
  • Play #3 – Completion to TE Rob Housler

11:00am: Special Teams time. QB’s go to work on agility.

11:11am: 11 on 11

11:11am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/3 Passing with a QB Run)

11:17am: Johnny time (Numbers – 4/4)

  • Play #1 – Completion to WR Kevin Cone although DB Kendall James should’ve had his second INT in as many days as the ball went through his arms.
  • Play #2 – Completion to TE Gary Barnidge
  • Play #3 – Completion to WR Kevin Cone
  • Play #4 – Completion to WR Vince Mayle

11:22am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/2 Passing with one handoff)

11:26am: Johnny time (Numbers – 3/3)

  • Play #1 – Completion to WR Terrelle Pryor
  • Play #2 – Completion to WR Darius Jennings
  • Play #3 – Completion to WR Terrelle Pryor

11:30am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/2 Passing with a QB run and a handoff)

11:34am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/2 with a QB run and a handoff)

  • Play #1 – Dropped by LB Tank Carder. I don’t have a WR name because it was all Carder and he dropped it.
  • Play #2 – Completion to WR Darius Jennings
  • Play #3 – Manziel QB Scramble
  • Play #4 – Handoff to RB Duke Johnson

 

UN-OFFICIAL PASSING TOTALS FOR FRIDAY 7/31

  • Johnny Manziel: 14/15
  • Josh McCown: 15/19

 

UN-OFFICIAL PASSING TOTALS FOR 2015 TRAINING CAMP

  • Johnny Manziel: 21/28
  • Josh McCown: 24/30

 

 

 

Terrelle Pryor: Day Two

Jul 31, 2015 -- 2:42pm

By Tony Cartagena | ESPNCleveland.com

 

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CLEVELAND – Terrelle Pryor caught two passes during 11-on-11 drills while working with the second and third string offenses. He spent extra time on the sidelines with wide receivers coach Joker Phillips – mapping routes and discussing techniques. Before practice, Pryor worked one-on-one with starting cornerback Joe Haden trying to improve his release off of the line of scrimmage. After practice, veteran corner Tramon Williams and Pryor did the same.

The highlight of Pryor’s second day of training camp with the Cleveland Browns, however, came when tenured veteran Dwayne Bowe gave the former quarterback a vote of confidence.

“There is no doubt,” Bowe said when asked if Pryor would make the team. “He is extremely talented. He has the work ethic and he is a team player.”

Pryor exited the locker room at 9:23 am – he took two steps onto the practice field and then hurried back inside. He returned at 9:25.

Before warming up, Pryor decided that his wardrobe needed a change. Standing at the 20-yard line, he took off his jersey and two compression shirts, reordered the under shirts and started working on route running with Haden. It appeared that Haden was trying to teach Pryor how to take an inside route when facing a smaller defensive back. At 6-foot-5, Pryor will be a matchup nightmare for most backs around the league.

The two worked on motions for five minutes before Pryor jogged over to the sideline and grabbed both of their helmets. Then they walked and talked down to the other end of the field and start practicing.

Offensive shell drill: The first team offense went into an offensive shell, working on crossing routes and check down patterns. Pryor stood on the sideline as a bystander and did not take a single rep during this short segment.

Offense and defense blocking: While select defensive backs worked with a handful of receivers on blocking at the line of scrimmage – Pryor played catch with the quarterbacks. Bowe, Brian Hartline and Taylor Gabriel were also non-participants during this drill. It looked as if Pryor was focusing on developing rapport with QB’s. 

Team stretches: Pryor participated in stretches with two gloves strapped to his facemask. He worked his way up and down the field between receivers Hartline and third-year man Rodney Smith.

Offensive shell, again: For the first time this off-season, Pryor got a chance to take snaps with the first-team offense. He lined up wide to the right of the quarterback, McCown, and focused on precision route running. Both throws were to the other side of the field.

During the same segment, he took four additional snaps with the second and third string units, essentially practicing the same routes while the play went to the opposite side of the field.

WR drills: All of the other wide receivers lined up against one another, one acting as a defender, the other a receiver, however Pryor stood idly by and observed his teammates run through the drill before participating himself. Overall he caught three-of-four passes thrown his way.

Including this impressive one-handed grab:

His one drop of the day… 

Dropping a pass in practice demands 10-pushups as punishment. Darius Jennings, Andrew Hawkins and Taylor Gabriel also had drops during today’s session.

Route running: Perfecting what he worked on before and after practice, Pryor went head-to-head with defensive backs in a live coverage drill. Players lined up across from each other and – on the snap – ran routes to see who could create separation. Pryor faced off against Robert Nelson, Justin Gilbert and Joe Haden.

QB/wide receiver work: Two quarterbacks threw simultaneously as receivers ran sideline routes. Pryor caught all three passes thrown his way. Receptions coming from McCown, Johnny Manziel and Thaddeus Lewis.

Special teams: For the second day in a row, he lined up in a punt block formation. Pryor started lined up outside defending a gunner, then motioned inside to put pressure on punter Andy Lee.

7-on-7: It wasn’t until the third snap of the second unit that Pryor took the field in 7-on-7 drills. Receivers Bowe, Hartline, Gabriel, Travis Benjamin and Rodney Smith all took the field before him. When Pryor was on the field, he lined up twice across from Gilbert. With Manziel under center – the first play was a throw to the other side before Pryor was even able to get out of his break.

11-on-11: Similar to the 7-on-7 drills, numerous receivers took the field before Pryor. Yet again, he was dialed in and observing the route running of his teammates. When he took the field, Manziel was under center….

Play 1: Lined up wide left of the quarterback, but Danny Shelton was drawn offsides.

Play 2: Pryor lined up right of the quarterback and the play was a toss sweep left for Terrance West. Pryor sprinted diagonally across the field to up-the-field block for him.

Play 3: Back to the right side, Pryor ran a streak route but the throw over the middle to tight end Kevin Haplea was incomplete.

Special teams, again: Did not participate. Worked on individual routes and chatted with players and coaches.

Final 11-on-11 drill: Pryor played on the final two plays of the drill – the first was a completion to him from Manziel, although in live action the quarterback would have been sacked. On the following play, Pryor ran a slant pattern from the left side and he and Manziel connected for the completion.

He ran to the sidelines to the cheers of Buckeyes and Browns fans. After grabbing a lemon-lime Gatorade, he took off his helmet and waved to the crowd.

Quotable: "Not at all, he is here to play a different position and he’ll make it or break it on that."

- Browns general manager Ray Farmer on the possibility of Pryor playing quarterback this season. 

Additional footage

ESPN Cleveland will track Terrelle Pryor's career with the Browns by posting daily practice reports. Tune into your home of the Browns - ESPN 850 WKNR - for updates and more throughout the season

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Terrelle Pryor: Day One

Jul 30, 2015 -- 6:42pm

By Tony Cartagena | ESPNCleveland.com

 

Photo/TonyCartagena

BEREA – Addressing the Cleveland media scrum following the first day of training camp, wide receiver Terrelle Pryor confidently declared that his “hands,” and natural athletic “gifts,” wouldn’t be an issue.

The former Ohio State and NFL quarterback is 6-foot-4, 225 lbs., and is looking to rejuvenate his football career at a new position.

He certainly looks the part.

Pryor – wearing No. 87 – exited the Cleveland Browns locker room and took the practice field at 9:26 am, four minutes before the first official whistle blew. Alone, he headed over to the offensive side of the field and participated in warm-up drills.

A group of six Dawg Pound members chanted, “Pryor, Pryor, Pryor,” from 100-yards away, as he jogged to work.

Although all of the passes were undefended - running a series of crossing routes - Pryor caught every pass in his direction. All four quarterbacks – Josh McCown, Johnny Manziel, Connor Shaw and Thad Lewis – threw during this drill.

No receiver had a drop during this session.

Following stretches and offense-only periods, Pryor broke off with the receiving core and worked on a series of individual route running and down-the-field blocking.

These drills took place no more than 10-yards from an anxious fan-base, baking in the hot sun and sitting on bleachers and lawn chairs – all who seemed excited to see the former Buckeye help their professional team.

One fan yelled, “I love the Buckeyes, lets go T-P.” Another shouted for an autograph and wished him “good luck” in training camp.

Buckeye fans received a real treat when Pryor and Brian Hartline were matched up against one another for blocking drills.

Afterwards Pryor joked that he was the “same old Hartline,” reminiscent of their over-lapping careers in Columbus.

As practice continued Pryor was less and less involved in the big picture of team schematics. He participated on the third-string of special teams kick and punt coverage and when involved in an offensive play the throw was generally to the other side of the field.

One play during 11-on-11, Shaw found Pryor in the middle of the field for a smooth throw and completion – much to the approval of a relatively tame Browns crowd.

When practiced ended, Pryor took off his shoulder pads and jersey, but stayed on the field to take extra route running reps with coaches and fellow receivers before stepping to the podium for questions.

Pryor is the tallest receiver on the training camp roster. He looks to be as muscular as Dwayne Bowe. The natural athleticism and feel for the game of football is undoubtedly there. He passed all of the conditioning tests with flying colors - and from some accounts - finished first in every drill.

The question is, can he learn in four weeks, what other competitors have been doing their whole lives? And, can he do is well enough to earn a roster spot? Who would they cut?

ESPN Cleveland will track Terrelle Pryor's career with the Browns by posting daily practice reports. Tune into your home of the Browns - ESPN 850 WKNR - for updates and more throughout the season.

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Johnny Watch: Training Camp Day 1

Jul 30, 2015 -- 5:17pm

By Jason Gibbs | ESPNCleveland.com

 

Photo/AP

BEREA - The Johnny watch for 2015 is here. It’s a tradition like none other as we follow the NFL’s most talked-about number two (for now) quarterback. This year one little change. Many of you want to know what the starting QB is doing so in the 11 on 11 drills I have added Josh McCown’s stats so you can compare them to Manziel’s. Enjoy and welcome to the season!

9:22am: The 2015 Johnny Manziel campaign begins for the Cleveland Browns as the second-year QB takes the field. He’s the third quarterback out of the locker room after Connor Shaw and Thaddeus Lewis. He and Josh McCown walk out of the locker room just moments apart.

9:30am: Offense Shell

9:33am: Johnny time: Manziel throws a dump off to FB Malcolm Johnson

9:35am: Special Teams time. QBs go to work on agility.

9:45am: Stretch time

9:51am: Offense Shell Drill from the 10-yard line. Manziel and McCown rotate on each snap.

9:56am: QB/RB Drills

NOTABLE: a rough start for Isaiah Crowell as the Crow drops a ball and fumbles another from Josh McCown. Clearly the two need a few more snaps to get in sync.

10:02am: QBs go through snap and footwork drills

10:12am: QB/WR Drills

10:22am: Special Teams time. QBs go to work on agility.

10:34am: 7 on 7 Drill

10:36am: Johnny time in 7 on 7 (Numbers – 3/4)

  • Play #1 – Incomplete pass to WR Rodney Smith
  • Play #2 – Completion to TE Jim Dray
  • Play #3 – Completion to RB Shaun Draughn
  • Play #4 – Completion to TE Rob Housler

10:44am: 11 on 11

10:44am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/1 with three handoffs)

10:47am: Johnny time (Numbers – 1/1 with three handoffs and one play called back to mis-communication)

  • Play #1 – Handoff to RB Terrance West
  • Play #2 – Mis-communication basically results in a delay of game penalty. The offense is forced back into a huddle to re-group.
  • Play #3 – Handoff to RB Isaiah Crowell
  • Play #4 – Completion to FB Malcolm Johnson on maybe Manziel’s best throw of the day off of a roll out.
  • Play #5 – Handoff to RB Duke Johnson

10:50am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 1/1 with two handoffs)

10:55am: Johnny time (Numbers – three handoffs)

  • Play #1 – Handoff to RB Shaun Draughn
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Duke Johnson
  • Play #3 – Handoff to RB Luke Lundy

10:58am: Special Teams time. QBs go to work on agility.

11:07am: 11 on 11

11:07am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 3/4)

11:13am: Johnny time (Numbers 1/4)

  • Play #1 – Completion to RB Luke Lundy
  • Play #2 – Incomplete pass as Johnny throws the ball away
  • Play #3 – Incomplete pass to WR Kevin Cone and almost intercepted by DB Kendall James
  • Play #4 – Incomplete pass as the ball is tipped at the line

11:17am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/3)

11:21am: Johnny time (Numbers 1/2 with one handoff)

  • Play #1 – Incomplete pass to WR Vince Mayle who drops a solid pass from Manziel
  • Play #2 – Completion to WR Kevin Cone
  • Play #3 – Handoff to RB Isaiah Crowell

11:24am: 11 on 11

11:24am: Josh McCown (Numbers – 2/2 with two handoffs)

11:27am: Johnny time (Numbers 1/2 with two handoffs)

  • Play #1 – Handoff to RB Shaun Draughn
  • Play #2 – Handoff to RB Terrance West
  • Play #3 – Incomplete pass as the ball is again tipped at the line
  • Play #4 – Completion to WR Darius Jennings

 

UN-OFFICIAL PASSING TOTALS FOR THURSDAY 07/30

  • Johnny Manziel:  7/13
  • Josh McCown:  9/11

 

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Top 10: Best of Browns Rookie Minicamp Day 2

May 09, 2015 -- 3:12pm

By Jason Gibbs | ESPNCleveland.com

 

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BEREA — Saturday in Berea featured Day 2 of the Browns' Rookie Minicamp. So, when looking at the top 10 takeaways from the day, we start with four items that have nothing to do with rookies, of course.

1.   Josh McCown – Browns Offensive Coordinator John DeFilippo: “Things with Josh haven’t changed. He’s the exact same person, the exact same player, he seems like he hasn’t aged a bit in terms of his arm strength or his athleticism. Josh has been the total guy we thought he was going to be. He’s taken command of this offense and he’s taken command of the room. The guys respect him and he’s done some good things on tape so far and we’re pleased with Josh’s progress.”

2.   Johnny Manziel – Browns Offensive Coordinator John DeFilippo: “Johnny’s been great, I mean he’s been fantastic. ... Before he stepped foot back in this building is his business. All I know is Johnny the football player and he’s been awesome. He’s been working hard, you know very hard with myself and (QB coach Kevin O’Connell) and doing what we want him to do on the field.”

3.   Johnny Manziel – Browns Offensive Coordinator John DeFilippo on his takeaways of Manziel after watching his seven quarters from last season: “First of all I think he has fairly good arm strength. I think he gets the ball out of his hand fast. I think Johnny has a lot of traits that good quarterbacks in this league have and it’s just a matter of getting better at them.”

4.   Johnny Manziel – Browns Offensive Coordinator John DeFilippo on if Manziel ends up being the guy, would DeFilippo be developing Johnny based off of what he did at Texas A&M: “Johnny’s game is a little un-orthodox. He likes to escape the pocket. He does a lot of impromptu stuff and the thing Johnny’s doing right now is he’s improving his game of being an NFL quarterback and he’s making great strides in doing that. So I’m the last guy, the last guy that’s going to take Johnny Manziel’s athleticism away from him. I will not do that. I refuse to do that. I told Terrell Pryor the same thing. That’s part of your game. Now we need to refine the other part to make you the complete quarterback.”

5.   The return of the return game in 2015? – Get excited Browns fans, it looks like the days of just fair catching every punt or taking a knee on every kick-off might be finally going away. This team has options. Special Teams Coach Chris Tabor told the media that rookie Duke Johnson is working out at kick-returner and is the developmental stages at punt-returner, Justin Gilbert is going to get opportunities as a kick-returner and Travis Benjamin will be focusing more on punt returning this season. Don’t count out sixth round pick Charles Gaines from Louisville as another guy who could make an impact in the return game as well per Tabor.

6.   Danny Shelton – Browns Defensive Coordinator Jim O’Neil: “He’s a guy that’s going to command four hands on him or two bodies on him and when you have that you keep linebackers clean over the top. And the thing he doesn’t get credit enough for is that he’s not going to have great sack production but he’s going to push the pocket and get the quarterback off his spot and that’s going to open things up for the rest of our pass rushers and that’s what we really needed in the pass game.”

7.   Cameron Erving – Erving lined up at left tackle in day two of rookie minicamp and, frankly, looked like a man among boys. Yes he’s got things to work on. Yes the Browns don’t know where to line him up yet. But he man-handled a number of defensive-linemen today. His toughest competition? Nate Orchard. Those two had some FANTASTIC battles in o-line/d-line drills.

8.   Nate Orchard – Browns Defensive Coordinator Jim O’Neil: “He’s dynamic against the pass, he knows how to get to the quarterback. I can’t tell you how many times George DeLeone (assistant offensive line coach) and Andy Moeller (offensive line coach) walked into my office and told me he (Orchard) ruined offensive line evals throughout the draft for tackles in the Pac-12.”

8a.   On a side note I’ll tell you that he might be the most fun player to talk to of all the rookies. His personality is second to none. Browns fans are really going to like this kid.

9.   Xavier Cooper – Browns Defensive Coordinator Jim O’Neil: “We see him as what we call a ‘big end’ or a d-tackle. I see him as an explosive guy off the line of scrimmage that can get into the backfield and be disruptive. His first-step quickness is unbelievable. I think if you ask me or if you ask Weave (defensive line coach Anthony Weaver), our D-line coach, we thought he had probably the best first step of interior linemen in the draft. We had him ranked, as a coaching staff, very high. We were shocked that he was there and the bottom of the third round. We were pretty excited when the trade happened in the draft and we went to go get him.”

9a.   Side note part 2: Xavier Cooper joins me this Tuesday for five good minutes on Hey Tony (8a-9a on ESPN 1540 KNR2).

10.   Vince Mayle – Friday brought us a surprise when new WR Vince Mayle announced to us he had been practicing with a broken thumb. On Saturday Mayle was wearing a red jersey and running routes only. After practice Browns Head Coach Mike Pettine had this to say about Mayle’s injury: “I don’t know exactly what he did to treat it, whether they thought it could heal without surgery. I know it bothered him some at the Combine. Like I said, we were going to just let him come out here and see how it was, and if he experienced any discomfort, then we would just go ahead and let him get through the camp, not throw to him. Then, let him go ahead and get it fixed right after. We expect him back full for training camp.”

Never a dull moment, Browns fans. 'Till next time!

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