• Chudzinski preps for rookie minicamp

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 10, 2013
    Chudzinski said the tempo and production during the first day of rookie minicamp “was just normal,” although he did recall a few plays that stood out. “Getting these guys here really gives you a chance to really get a first-hand look at them,” Chudzinski said on “Cleveland Browns Daily, Driven By Liberty Ford.” The Cleveland Browns got their first look at the five players they added through the 2013 NFL Draft, and the 18 undrafted free agents they signed in the days that followed, as well as more than 20 athletes in town on a tryout basis during the first day of rookie minicamp Friday. “For them, learning and getting a chance to be around the coaches and learn the system going back to how it was for the veteran guys when we came in as a coaching staff, getting these guys to start learning what we expect, how we practice, and getting a feel for their coaches.”
    • Chudzinski embraces work with rookies

      Browns coach Rob Chudzinski embraced the opportunity to work with the team’s draft picks, undrafted free agents and tryout players in the first of three rookie minicamp practices Friday.

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