Cleveland Browns Training Camp 2010: Thoughts on Week One

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The first week of Browns training camp has now come to an end. With the first preseason game next Saturday at Green Bay, here are some thoughts on what I’ve seen so far.
The quarterback play has been solid if not outstanding. There's a nice improvement over last year. Jake Delhomme has been accurate and, for the most part, has made good decisions with the ball.
Seneca Wallace has done a nice job using his feet to keep plays alive. His accuracy has also been very good. Wallace can play.
Colt McCoy is getting used to the speed of the pro game. He will be fine once he makes the adjustment from college to the NFL.
Don’t count out James Davis at running back. He has looked very good. I am impressed with his vision and quickness.
Jerome Harrison is making a strong claim to be the starter. With Hardesty not practicing, Harrison is out to prove he’s the man.
The wide receivers are catching the ball so far. Brian Robiskie is catching everythi...

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