2014 Training Camp Previews
In Part 2 of our training camp preview on cornerbacks, we look at the other three players battling for a roster spot. The level of competition at cornerback shows you just how deep the position is in 2014.
The Cleveland Browns have nine cornerbacks on the roster, and the first six we'll be discussing include Joe Haden, Buster Skrine, Justin Gilbert, Pierre Desir, Isaiah Trufant, and Leon McFadden.
We already covered kicker and punter, but we still have long snapper, the return game, and coverage units left to cover. Those areas are covered in today's general special teams preview, but the only position that will have a profile is long snapper.
Today, we begin covering the special teams units on the Cleveland Browns in anticipation for training camp, starting with the kickers and punters. The same guys from last year are returning, and they face very little competition.
Today, our training camp preview moves to the theme of "Hard Hitting and Klutch Kicks," which will cover the linebackers and special teams units. We'll start with outside linebacker -- in Part 1, we look at the three primary players.
Part 2 of our training camp preview on tight ends looks at the other tight ends on the roster. For the purposes of this preview, we have not included MarQueis Gray or Keavon Milton
After covering the wide receivers, the next part of our training camp preview series on the Cleveland Browns shifts to the tight end position. In Part 1, we will look at Jordan Cameron, Gary Barnidge, and Jim Dray.
Part 3 of our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns wide receivers takes a look at the five undrafted free agents who are on the roster. Will any of them shine enough to warrant a roster spot?
Part 2 of our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns wide receivers beings today, featuring some of the receivers who will be competing for the No. 4 or No. 5 WR spots (depending on what happens with WR Josh Gordon).
Our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns wide receivers beings today, and it gets a bit tricky to diagnose the position due to the Josh Gordon situation.
Part 4 of our offensive line preview for training camp looks at the remaining three players on the bottom of the depth chart. You can't discount these guys, though, because you never quite know who will shine in the new zone blocking scheme.
Part 3 of our offensive line preview for training camp looks at some of the competition for the backup tackle spots on the team.
In Part 2 of our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns' offensive line, we are taking a look at the contenders for the starting right guard position.
Our training camp preview for the Cleveland Browns is shifting to the offensive line now. Today's training camp preview looks at the players who are projected to start from left tackle to right tackle.
In Part 2 of our training camp preview on the Cleveland Browns' defensive line, we looked at the team's primary backups on the defensive line. Today, we look at the remaining players on the back end of the roster on the defensive line.
Today, we look at the players who will be the primary backups to the starting defensive line of the Cleveland Browns. Just like the starting unit, there aren't any new faces in today's training camp preview.
The team did not sign or draft anybody on the defensive line, which means things will remain pretty much the same...although a new head coach could mean starting opportunities for somebody like Billy Winn.
Whether the Browns keep three or four running backs, I could easily see any combination of the four running backs in today's preview making the roster. Let's run through the candidates.
Cleveland had very little depth at running back in 2013, which is why they re-tooled the position during the 2014 offseason. Today's training camp preview of the running back position takes a look at veteran Ben Tate and rookie Terrance West.
Part 1 of our training camp preview for the quarterback position focused on the competition between Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel. Today's preview focuses on the competition for the No. 3 role between Tyler Thigpen and Connor Shaw.