For the Cleveland Browns, this year’s offseason program — or significant lack thereof — presents challenges across the board. The team is preparing for its first training camp under new coach Kevin Stefanski, one which may prove complicated considering every team meeting over the past few months has taken place via Zoom call.
Add in the fact we’re still a few weeks away from Cleveland actually hosting padded practices, and you can see how the NFL’s new camp setup intensifies more than a few items on the 2020 task list.
It goes without saying one of the biggest priorities impacted by the revised offseason program is the transition for Jedrick Wills Jr. Cleveland’s first-round pick is set to make the move from right to left tackle in the days ahead, which is no easy feat under normal circumstances.
Now, with the way camp will be set up, said task has become more burdensome than before.