The Cleveland Browns began minicamp Tuesday, signaling that training camp is right around the corner for this young team.
Cleveland sports fans looking for something positive after the NBA Finals can look to Berea, where the Browns began minicamp Tuesday.
We have seen footage from OTAs and rookie camp a few weeks ago, but the veterans were in attendance and on the field Tuesday on a sweltering day in Cleveland.
Minicamp is just for a few days, but it should have fans excited about next month’s training camp. The main storyline still revolves around the quarterbacks, but there won’t be any movement among that group until preseason games begin.
The only thing that could shakeup the group early is if Brock Osweiler is cut or traded, which would only heat up the conversation of Kizer vs. Kessler.
The Browns are back on the practice field today, and will hopefully leave us with no new, crazy storylines to discuss. Let’s look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson has a difficult few months ahead as he tries to find a starting QB and he intends to take all the time he can."
"The Cleveland Browns will be using a new defensive scheme under Gregg Williams. It is up to the linebackers already on the roster to adapt."
"Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer was third on the pecking order at the Cleveland Browns’ first day of minicamp, but he did get a fair share of first-team reps."
"Unlike last season, when the crowning of Robert Griffin III as starting quarterback was only a matter of time, the Browns seem destined to begin their 2017 training camp with a true quarterback competition."
"Andrew Luck is unsure if he will be ready for the start of training camp as he continues to recover from shoulder surgery."
"Adrian Peterson insists he’s a better receiver than the numbers suggest. In his 10 seasons in Minnesota, the running back averaged only two catches and 15.8 yards per game."