Our good friend Thelonius7 doing his diligence for the second year in a row reporting from the first day of Browns’ training camp in this latest edition of Straight No Chaser. There are two parts to this one, as he does a bit before the practice session and one afterward while traversing the interstate and conversing with his brother Joe:
- What will Baker Mayfield look like?
- The expectations of Tyrod Taylor
- Watching out for Denzel Ward
- How do the other rookies, namely Austin Corbett, Antonio Callaway and Nick Chubb look?
- They buy some bitchin’ hats
- An actual conversation about Jeff Janis
- Miami is the home of Vanilla Ice, and how this relates to Josh Gordon
- Being patient with Hue
- The Defensive Line absent Danny Shelton
- How will Demarious Randall be utilized?
- The progress of Baker MayfieldTyrod Taylor and his chemistry with Jarvis Landry
- Duke Johnson and the need to get him involved in the offense
- Nick Chubb standing out
- Carlos Hyde no slouch
- The excitement of Antonio Callaway
- A brief philosophical deviation regarding GPS technology
- Gregg Williams and his command of the defense
- Myles Garrett and his beastliness
- Larry Ogunjobi wreaking havoc
- The Angel may have fallen a bit
- Dan Vitale is a monster
- A little bit of HYPE with respect to win total projections
- Hue Jackson
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In addition, Thelonius was able to provide some videos of the action at camp:
My dude Thelonius was at camp today and got some video: pic.twitter.com/aocXF4zZjf— Ez (@ezweav) July 27, 2018
Part III of Thelo's camp vids:— Ez (@ezweav) July 27, 2018
(Myles Garrett's got moves) pic.twitter.com/0tVggppfw5
Another from Thelonius (this time a long pass from Thyroid to Landry): pic.twitter.com/KjjIs20pAx— Ez (@ezweav) July 27, 2018
He also snapped a few pictures:
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