Last week, when mandatory minicamp concluded, all of the Browns’ veterans got to begin their “summer break.” But the rookies still had one more order of business on their itinerary — participating in the Cleveland Browns Football Camp at FirstEnergy Stadium.
It has become an annual tradition where the rookies talk to and get involved in on-field activities with youth. This year’s event took place on Friday, June 15.
Here is RB Nick Chubb having fun with the fact that he should be an offensive coordinator:
CB Denzel Ward talked about loving doing these types of things, because when he was a kid, he looked up to NFL players so much. He’s also really looking forward to getting to go up against receiving talents like WR Josh Gordon and WR Jarvis Landry in practices come training camp:
Here’s what @denzelward had to say today about coaching @BrownsYouthFB camp, checking out @FEStadium, learning new techniques as a CB, how @JOSH_GORDONXII & @God_Son80 make him better + picking up the tab on moms mortgage. pic.twitter.com/YDXMOfmxPo— Daryl Ruiter (@RuiterWrongFAN) June 15, 2018
GM John Dorsey even figured out how to use a phone! It’s never too early to start scouting talent, right?
Here are some other media highlights from the day’s work:
Other photos from another day of the event can be found here.