Record Crowd at Browns Training Camp
BEREA, Ohio — Cleveland continues to be a “Brownstown.”
Browns officials announced that a crowd of 4,200 people came and witnessed Day Two of training camp. That marked the largest single practice session total since the organization began recording the numbers in 2005. It shattered the old mark from 2010, when 3,673 fans attended practice.
The record crowd on Sunday enjoyed the sun-soaked day with comfortable temperatures and witnessed the team in full pads for the first time this preseason.
“I’ve always been impressed by our fans,” head coach Pat Shurmur, said on Saturday. “I really appreciate the passion that this town has for our club. That’s why I’m feeling this thing, when we get it turned, it’s going to be a lot of fun,” he went on to say about the upcoming season.
Five players remained out of practice on Sunday. DL Ahtyba Rubin, DL Phil Taylor, TE Evan Moore, WR Carlton Mitchell, and CB Trevin Wade all sat out practice with various injuries.
The Browns will return to the field in full pads Monday morning at 8:45 a.m. in Berea, before having Tuesday off. The gates will open at 7:45 a.m.
*For the full training camp schedule of the Cleveland Browns, click HERE.