New Year’s Day 2022 is here and the Cleveland Browns are in the spirit as they make these five resolutions to make sure this year is better than the last
It seems to be something we say every year at this time, but the last 365 days sure flew by fast. For Cleveland Browns fans, the change to a new calendar year is actually a very welcome sight, however, as it could bring renewed hope.
As for the 2021 season, there are still two games and this franchise will do all they can to win out and make a run at the AFC North.
While that’s their focus, we turn our attention to five resolutions they need to make in 2022 which will help ensure they don’t repeat the letdowns they have had in 2021.
Cleveland Browns resolution No. 5: Get a new strength and training staff
Originally, this resolution was going to be to simply get healthy. But that’s pretty much the same resolution they need to make every season.
For whatever reason, this team is constantly battling injuries. And it’s not all freak injuries like the broken shoulder and torn labrum Baker Mayfield is dealing with. There are also countless soft tissue injuries.
For example, it seems as though every member of the defense has missed time in recent years with hamstring issues. Not all of these injuries can be prevented but some can. And that’s why the Browns need to change out their staff in charge of conditioning. No other team seems to deal with so many injuries on an annual basis and it’s time to figure out what can be prevented — and then work toward preventing them.