Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal talked with Cleveland Browns rookie tight end Jordan Cameron about a few things related to the third session of, "Camp Colt," which took place last week from June 9-11 in Texas. According to the report, the following players were in attendance:
- QB: Colt McCoy, Seneca Wallace
- RB: Peyton Hillis, Quinn Porter
- FB: Tyler Clutts
WR: Mohamed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie, Johnathan Haggerty, Carlton Mitchell, Jordan Norwood, Greg Little (R)
- TE: Benjamin Watson, Evan Moore, Alex Smith, Jordan Cameron (R)
First off, you might be wondering who Porter and Clutts are. Porter was on the team's practice squad at the end of last season. Clutts was signed to a future contract back in January. They might not be big names, but that doesn't mean they aren't welcome to these types of practices; it's just unfortunate that undrafted free agents the team might be interested in can't take part in these things. Notable absences, which were previously known about, included Joshua Cribbs and Owen Marecic.
If I am not mistaken, this also marks the debut of Seneca Wallace at one of these camps. Jake Delhomme appeared at the second offensive minicamp, but he is absent from the ABJ's report. Via the ABJ, Cameron spoke of the benefit of having Wallace in camp:
''He was definitely helpful,'' Cameron said of Wallace. ''If something came up and we had a question, he had the answer. With quarterbacks with their drops, he knew where the reads were, where to look, the depth of certain routes. He knows more of the details.''
Assuming the lockout is not over in the next couple of weeks, McCoy will hold the fourth offensive minicamp July 7-9 in Austin, Texas again. There has been no word yet as to when the first defensive minicamp will take place.