Injuries seem to be a pretty popular aspect of NFL training camp this summer. Almost every team has endured ailments to crucial players, some minor, others season ending. Either way, all franchises focus on surviving training camp with as complete a starting roster as possible, and such a task is proving difficult across almost the entire league.
For the Cleveland Browns, the popular trend is apparently soft-tissue injuries. “Hamstring” seems to be mentioned on a daily basis, and it covers more than just a few players trying to make the team.
One of these is quarterback-turned-wideout Terrelle Pryor. The former Ohio State star spent the entire summer putting in work to transition positions, which had coaches and media members alike eagerly awaiting training camp to see if he could be a weapon for the Browns.