At the end of January, Cleveland Browns team president Alec Scheiner said that the team would still hold practices in Berea regardless of what happened, but that hosting practices in another city was still on the table for 2015. During Jimmy Haslam's interview with the local media last week, Haslam stated that all of the regular training camp sessions will remain in Berea for the upcoming season, with research on other cities continuing for consideration in future years:
"Training camp will be here in Berea (this year). Might we have a family day like we did in Akron last year, which was hugely successful, somewhere else? Maybe. That's not been finalized yet."
The annual Family Day practice session was held in Akron last year because the renovations to FirstEnergy Stadium were not complete. It's unclear if the Browns will return to FirstEnergy Stadium for a practice session this year -- other options would be to visit another city (like Akron) for a day, or maybe even do both. I haven't heard anything about intrasquad scrimmages with another club yet either, but it's something the team hasn't done in a long time, partially because there have been so many head coaching changes.