NFL Warns Cleveland Browns to Not Have Meetings with Colt McCoy

February 28, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL labor negotiations are being felt all around the league but may be slightly more evident around the Cleveland Browns' training facilities than in other places.
In interviews held by Pat Shumur and Mike Holmgren many weeks ago, the Browns state that they planned on meeting with Colt McCoy as well as several other veterans in order to discuss the new offensive and defensive playbooks. The meetings were also designed in order to discuss the West Coast Offense and the potential switch to a 4-3 defense.
In an article posted in the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Saturday (found here), Toni Grossi reported that the NFL warned the Browns not too meet with their players until the previously set date of offseason training meetings (March 15).
The warnings come down after numerous reports stated that the Browns had met with McCoy and planned on giving him a new offensive playbook to look over in case of a work stoppage.
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