2014 Training Camp Reports
The Cleveland Browns held their final training camp session of the summer on Saturday. The session was closed to the public, but members of the media were there. With training camp over, it's time to play the waiting game for a couple of things.
The Cleveland Browns practiced in front of fans in Berea for the final time this year on Day 15 of training camp. This was the first time I have attended the "final" training camp session of the year, and it's the fourth one I've been to in 2014.
The Cleveland Browns held their first practice since Saturday's 13-12 loss to the Detroit Lions on Monday. This was the only Berea session of camp that was scheduled to start at a time other than 9:30 AM, as practiced kicked off at 10:00 AM instead.
The Cleveland Browns took to the practice field on Thursday for Day 11 of training camp, but this was the first session that was closed off to the public. The media was in attendance, though, along with a couple of celebrities and special guests.
I made it out to Berea for the third time this year as the Cleveland Browns took the field for Day 10 of training camp. There were 3,477 fans in attendance, and today, the action was on Field 1 (the top left corner of the diagram, if you recall).
NFL teams are required to release depth charts before every game. In anticipation for this Saturday's preseason game against the Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine unveiled his first depth chart of the year.
After having Sunday off, the Cleveland Browns were back in Berea for Day 8 of training camp. It didn't take long for the biggest story of the day to break: it was finally QB Johnny Manziel's day to get first-team reps with the offense. How did he do?
Day 3 of Cleveland Browns training camp took place on Monday. There were less fans on hand -- 3,048 fans attended the session, according to the team -- but that can probably be attributed to the fact that it was pouring rain before practice.
After practice, the Browns announced that 3,702 fans attended the session, which is higher than any other opening-camp session I can remember. I'd venture to guess that more fans might have showed up had their not been a registration system.