I made my first foray to Berea this morning (Monday) to check out the new and (hopefully) improved Browns. Obviously hard to tell much from many of the drills, but here's what I noticed, such as it is:
*Mitchell Schwartz played with the 1st team offense and struggled against Jabaal Sheard. Or maybe Sheard is just that awesome.
*Colt McCoy had some nice throws and seemed clearly to be the most decisive of the 4 QB's, but the velocity on his throws was also clearly noticeably less than Brandon Weeden or even Seneca Wallace. Anything longer than 15-20 yards is in the air WAY too long.
*Weeden had some nice throws, but was far from "sharp". He seems to be "thinking" a lot at this point, several throws to spots where he assumed a WR would be but were empty (could be either's fault), couple passes batted down (definitely partially Schwartz's fault). Often stared down his intended Receiver.
*Seneca follows up beautiful throws with terrible decisions. Held the ball a long time in 7 on 7 drills, would've been sacked 3 or 4 times by the time he threw it. There's no reason for a guy so supposedly versed in the Offense to be so indecisive.
*Montario Hardesty looks way faster than I ever remember him being.
*Reports of Mo Massaquoi's demise were premature. He also looked quick.
*Josh Gordon spent plenty of time with the 1's. He stands out, very smooth, tall. Bad drop on a great Weeden pass in traffic, though.
*3 WR sets were Little, Mo, Gordon. 4 WR sets included Travis Benjamin.
*Stood next to Mary Kay Cabot for a little while, and she's tiny, like an elf or a sprite.
*Daryl Ruiter spent about 5 minutes just ripping the Dolans to a guy standing near me. Which isn't hard to do.
*Jim Donavan looking healthy again, a good sign.
*Dan Gronkowski certainly didn't inherit his brother's athleticism.
*Greg Little looks great and gets a lot of attention from Weeden. Adjust your fantasy rankings accordingly.
*DT's did a good job clogging up the middle on Run D.
*Difficult for Defensive players to stand out when there's little hitting and no tackling (that's why they don't cheer for you, Frostee), but James-Michael Johnson seemed active and had a couple picks.
*My nephew, wearing a #9 Frye jersey with the name removed, wasn't happy unless he was watching his favorite player Thad Lewis throw the ball (also #9).
*Phil Dawson spent most of the time off by himself booting balls through uprights. The lonely life of a Kicker.
*Backup Kicker Jeff Wolfert spent a long time after practice going around signing autographs. Get it while you can, Jeff.
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