Cleveland Browns Training Camp Notes

Browns Training Camp Notes, Aug. 19, 2020

·The Browns conducted their third consecutive training camp practice in full pads.

·The following players did not practice today due to injury: RB Nick Chubb (concussion), DE Myles Garrett (hamstring), P Jamie Gillan (illness), S Karl Joseph (foot), WR Jarvis Landry (hip), DT Larry Ogunjobi (groin), WR Damion Ratley (groin). C JC Tretter (knee) and LB Mack Wilson (knee).

·A total of 37 puppies have been adopted via the Browns Puppy Pound this year. Each practice day, the Browns, via social media, will announce open sign ups to meet local animals in need of homes from the Northeast Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). Due to health and safety concerns, walk-up adoptions are not available at this time. Since the program’s launch in 2015, 532 puppies from the Northeast Ohio SPCA have been adopted by Browns fans. The Northeast Ohio SPCA is a non-profit no-kill pet shelter located in Parma. With each adoption, Sugardale will provide new owners with a puppy starter kit (while supplies last), as well as a station for families to take their first family photo with their new puppy.

·The Cleveland Browns Foundation has launched an initiative that is shared each day during “Browns Live: Training Camp” – an NFL Auction for viewers to have the opportunity to bid on a number of unique, once-in-a-lifetime Browns experiences. All proceeds benefit the Cleveland Browns Foundation’s “Stay in the Game! Keep Learning Every Day” Network. To view the items available, visit . 

·Throughout training camp, the Browns will recognize a number of teams that are participating in Build the Bridge as the Cleveland Browns High School Team of the Day. Today’s High School Team of the Day, the Akron East Dragons, is paired with Walsh Jesuit, led by Coach Nick Alexander, to discuss how the two programs could build the bridge of racial equality.

Through the #BeTheSolution campaign, a social justice educational movement inspired by EVP of Football Operations and General Manager Andrew Berry, the Cleveland Browns support the “Build the Bridge” program. Established by Cleveland Heights coaches Mac Stephens and Kahari Hicks and Beachwood Head Coach Damion Creel, Build the Bridge strives to create a coalition of coaches, players, parents, administration and community members to foster the success of student-athletes through social-emotional, educational, and athletic advancement. Do your part to be a part of the Solution. To learn more about how football programs can get involved in Build the Bridge, Unite Together and help #BeTheSolution, email

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