Cleveland Browns fans return to training camp for 1st time since 2019


BEREA — The first day of Browns training camp open to the public since 2019 was saved by the team’s self-appointed director of fan engagement.

Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett provided the entertainment Friday as many of the team’s stars were given a break from team drills with the Browns in the third of a five-day on-field acclimation period.

The crowd at the CrossCountry Mortgage Campus, capped at just under 2,000 by COVID-19 protocols, was starved for thrills. Quarterback Baker Mayfield did not deliver, overthrowing the likes of Anthony Schwartz, Alexander Hollins and Ryan Switzer.

So Garrett eventually took matters into his own hands, perhaps coerced by a boy’s plaintive plea, “What’s up, Myles?” followed by a faint, “Please answer.”

When fans yelled his name, Garrett sometimes turned and gave them a tiny wave.





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