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Cleveland Browns Training Camp Report: Day 11 (Evening) - Quarterbacks Thrive

This report is for the team's Tuesday evening practice.

The Cleveland Browns took the practice field Tuesday evening after seeing several players suffer injuries in the morning session. We mentioned a possible pectoral injury to LB D'Qwell Jackson during the evening session last night, but hopefully the reports are true that the injury isn't too serious. Let's get to the practice recap now...


  1. Quarterbacks Can Gloat: Besides the injury to Jackson, the buzz Tuesday evening involved quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace, who reportedly lit it up in red zone drills. CBS Sports said, "Both fired TD pass after TD pass and every one was perfectly thrown. It was a display not seen from Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn last year."
  2. Delhomme's Success: One of Delhomme's highlights came when WR Chansi Stuckey hauled in a one-handed touchdown pass after beating safety Ray Ventrone. Delhomme also reportedly kept finding tight end Evan Moore during the red zone drills.
  3. Wallace's Success: As good as Delhomme was, the reports seem to indicate that this was Wallace's best practice of camp. He threw touchdown passes to WR Joshua Cribbs, WR Johnathan Haggerty, and TE Robert Royal in red zone drills.
  4. Ward vs. Massaquoi: CBS Sports notes that T.J. Ward and Mohamed Massaquoi had two good 1-on-1 battle with each other, with Massaquoi grabbing a touchdown pass once and Ward knocking the ball out of his hands the next time around.
  5. Hillis in the Wildcat: Fullback Peyton Hillis got involved in the Wildcat, taking some direct snaps down near the goal line.
  6. Wright Sidelined: Defensive back Eric Wright didn't participate in the evening practice and neither did Brandon McDonald. That elevated the roles of rookie Joe Haden and veteran Mike Adams.
  7. Brownies: It appears as though Eric Mangini has cancelled Wednesday's practice again, which was scheduled for the media only...Chansi Stuckey had a very good day besides his one-handed grab...Braylon Edwards is still a tool.

Tuesday's Link Collection / Camp Sources [Evening Session]