Once Cleveland Browns OTAs Start, No News is Good News

May 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Organized Team Activities begin this week for the 2010 Cleveland Browns.
Expect a lot of meetings, a lot of weightlifting, and a handful of drills.
Don’t expect any big news to come out of this week, at least nothing you really want to hear if you’re a Browns fan.
The only big news that usually comes out of OTAs are injury reports and no-shows, so that’s not something anyone wants to hear.
Players make news by their absence, or a trip to the Cleveland Clinic, and other than some expected no-shows, it should be business as usual in Berea.
It is possible some of the undrafted free agents the Browns signed may not make it past this point, though, if they’re not keeping up in the classroom, or don’t perform well enough in drills. If they fall behind, they won’t be asked to participate in any more activities.
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