Cleveland Browns Training Camp: Accuracy, Discipline Signs of Hope

August 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Thanks to great coverage from various media outlets, and Bleacher Report's own Daniel Wolf, we have a plethora of information about the opening days of Browns training camp.

Everyone who reported on the opening day of practice noted how much more accurate quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace were compared to Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn last year. As The Plain Dealer 's Terry Pluto pointed out, the Browns only completed a total of 33 passes in their five victories last year, and there really is nowhere to go but up as far as quarterbacks go.

With a historically bad offense last year, it won't take a lot to show improvement this year. On the other hand, with the fanbase as frustrated as they are, it won't take many Delhomme interceptions to turn everyone against him.

Joshua Cribbs and Seneca Wallace debuted the "Cyclone" formation, and this is where things could get really interesting. If offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has learned fr...

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