Cleveland Browns Minicamp: What Fans Have Learned

June 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Browns offseason program has come to a conclusion, so it's time to review what we've learned.
Despite not being in pads, the team looked a lot better through the various OTAs and minicamps this year than they did last year, according to just about every media outlet who covers the team.
Looking good in practice is supposed to translate to on-the-field success, but that isn't always true. However, looking bad in practice almost always translates to looking bad on the field, so the Browns have that going for them so far.
Breaking down the action, there are several points worth highlighting.
Team President Mike Holmgren Is Allowing Eric Mangini To Coach The Team
There was a lot of talk when Holmgren was hired that he wouldn't be able to separate his front office duties from his natural instinct to get out on the field and coach.
While it's true he's spent more time being visible on the practice field than most other team presidents, he is obvi...

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