2013 Training Camp Previews
Which cornerback will start opposite of Joe Haden -- Buster Skrine, Chris Owens, or Leon McFadden? And, which of the other cornerbacks on the roster are fans rallying behind? Find out as we recap the fan polls from our cornerback previews.
In Part 3 of our training camp preview on Cleveland Browns cornerbacks, we take a look at three undrafted free agents: Josh Aubrey, Akeem Auguste, and Abdul Kanneh. This is our final positional preview of training camp.
In Part 2 of our training camp preview on Cleveland Browns cornerbacks, we take a look at Trevin Wade, Kent Richardson, and Vernon Kearney. We also ask which of these cornerbacks you think has the best shot at making the final roster.
Today, we begin covering our final position in our training camp preview series: cornerback. The Browns have ten cornerbacks on the roster, and the four we'll be discussing today include Joe Haden, Buster Skrine, Chris Owens, and Leon McFadden.
Our final training camp preview series is titled, "Cover the Field," as we begin with the Cleveland Browns' starting safeties or contenders for a starting role at safety. Those players include T.J. Ward, Tashaun Gipson, and Johnson Bademosi.
After covering the kickers earlier, our Cleveland Browns training camp coverage continues with a look at the punters. The Browns are also trying to find a new punter, considering Reggie Hodges was not re-signed this offseason. Who will prevail?
In Part 4 of our linebacker preview for training camp, we finish off the position by checking out the unknown names for the Cleveland Browns' at linebacker: Adrian Moten, Kendrick Adams, Tommy Smith, and Justin Staples.
In Part 3 of our linebacker preview for training camp, we look at the Cleveland Browns' backup inside linebackers, who may also contend to start at Craig Robertson's spot: L.J. Fort, Tank Carder, and James-Michael Johnson.
In Part 2 of our linebacker preview for training camp, we look at the Cleveland Browns' backup outside linebackers to Paul Kruger and Jabaal Sheard: those players include Barkevious Mingo and Quentin Groves.
Our training camp previews for the Cleveland Browns continue with the linebacker position. In Part 1, we look at the starting four (from left to right) in Paul Kruger, D'Qwell Jackson, Craig Robertson, and Jabaal Sheard.
In Part 1 of our training camp preview on tight ends for the Cleveland Browns, we looked at the first three guys on the depth chart. In Part 2, we look at the other two tight ends on the roster: Dan Gronkowski and Travis Tannahill.
After covering the wide receivers, the next part of our training camp preview series on the Cleveland Browns shifts to the tight end position, which is split into two parts. In Part 1, we look at Jordan Cameron, Kellen Davis, and Gary Barnidge.
In Part 3 of our training camp preview on wide receivers for the Cleveland Browns, we take a look at the undrafted free agents: Cordell Robertson, Keenan Davis, Dominique Croom, and Mike Edwards.
In Part 2 of our training camp preview on wide receivers for the Cleveland Browns, we take a look at David Nelson, Jordan Norwood, Josh Cooper, and Tori Gurley. Our poll asks which of these receivers is most likely to snatch the No. 5 receiver role.
The next part of our training camp preview series on the Cleveland Browns is titled, "See Ball, Catch Ball...and Block," which covers the wide receivers and the tight ends. Over the next couple of days, we'll be covering the wide receivers.
Today, we finish off our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns' offensive line by taking a look at four undrafted free agents on the roster: Braxston Cave, Aaron Adams, Caylin Hauptmann, and Martin Wallace.
In Part 4 of our offensive line preview for the Cleveland Browns, we take a look at four of the younger players on the team and whether they have a chance at making the final roster: Garrett Gilkey, Jarrod Shaw, Dominic Alford, and Chris Faulk.
This year, there are 17 offensive linemen in camp for the Cleveland Browns. With an abundance of players, there is a higher probability that a youngster could unseat a veteran player for a backup role if they perform well in training camp.
In Part 2 of our Cleveland Browns training camp preview on the offensive line, we take a look at the three-way competition that will be taking place at the offensive guard positions between John Greco, Shawn Lauvao, and Jason Pinkston.
With the defensive line preview finished, we continue our preview in the trenches by switching over to the offensive line. Today's training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns looks at the players who are locked in as starters on the line.
Because of an oversight in my initial planning, there is only one defensive lineman left to look at in Part 4 of our training camp defensive line preview for the Cleveland Browns: Dave Kruger, the brother of Browns outside linebacker Paul Kruger.
We continue down the defensive line depth chart today with profiles on Brian Sanford, Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, and Hall Davis. We also wonder if Jean-Baptiste can be the Cleveland Browns' backup nose tackle.
After covering the Cleveland Browns starting defensive line over the weekend, today, we look at the players who are expected to be the primary backups to those players, and most of them are familiar faces.
With new defensive coordinator Ray Horton coming to town, the Cleveland Browns are abandoning the 4-3 alignment as their base defense again and are going back to primarily using a 3-4 defense. That has changed the duties for the Browns' DL.
We look back at training camp polls on the Browns' running backs that we ran this week, including fan perception on Trent Richardson's health, who the team's third-down running back would be, and whether Owen Marecic would make the final cut.
In part two of our training camp preview on running backs, we wonder who the Cleveland Browns should rely on to be their third-down running back in 2013. Also, can newcomers Dion Lewis or Miguel Maysonet bring something to the table?