An estimated 40 Browns players are planning to attend “Camp Colt IV” Sunday through Tuesday in Austin, Texas according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer.
“Colt has done an outstanding job with his guys on offense and their workouts have been very successful,” linebacker Scott Fujita said over the phone. “We’ll be following the same basic format with the addition of some of our guys on defense.”
While Fujita will help introduce Dick Jauron’s defense, McCoy will continue instructing the offensive players on the new West Coast offense. McCoy recently said he knows the offense really well now and feels comfortable teaching it to the others. Quarterback Seneca Wallace, who played in a West Coast offense for seven seasons, also helped instruct players during the previous camp.
In addition to on-field drills, the players will watch films and lift weights. They will also have a team dinner and do other things together to build camaraderie.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur, who is not permitted any contact with players during the lockout, recently said he’s thrilled the players are getting together to get a jump on the season.
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