Here are some notes on Friday’s indoor practice for the Cleveland Browns
The weather once again had an impact on the Cleveland Browns practice. Due to thunderstorms coming into the area, the team moved indoors which meant Nathan Zegura and Josh Cribbs were unable to give us our live broadcast.
The practice was also closed to the media but reports from the day suggest things went smoothly. Which was a great thing to hear considering the Browns have been pretty inconsistent on offense for the most part during camp.
While we don’t have video to go off of from the day, we can pour over some of the media availability and clips from the coaches for today’s notes from Cleveland Browns camp.
3. Sheldrick Redwine becoming a leader
Cleveland will be relying heavily on Sheldrick Redwine this season due to the injury suffered by rookie Grant Delpit. The second-round pick from LSU tore his Achilles which means Redwine (who was their fourth-round pick last season out of Miami) is set for more playing time.
While he’s up to the task, he also had some words of encouragement for his comrade. Redwine spoke with the media on Friday and said he told Delpit to “keep his head up” while then admitting seeing his teammate go down nearly led him to tears.
It may not sound like much, but it’s just a small example of Redwine maturing as a leader both on and off the field. He’s making the most out of this chance in front of him and the coaching staff has been praising his work ethic. In the end, this could lead to them having two young studs in Delpit and Redwine once their 2020 draft pick is healthy again.