Browns Players Start To Report To Berea

Players Start To Show Up In Berea
Players Start To Show Up In Berea

Browns players started heading back to Berea on Tuesday morning, the first day players were allowed back in team facilities since April because of the lockout.

Quarterback Colt McCoy, tight end Ben Watson, defensive lineman Ahtyba Rubin and defensive backs T.J. Ward and Joe Haden were just some of the Browns players who showed up at team headquarters to workout, watch film or meet with coaches.  Training camp doesn't officially start until Friday, but the players were allowed to head back to work to get a jump on the season.

McCoy had the roughest trip back to Cleveland, as he tweeted his flight was delayed and the airline lost his luggage.

The first practice session open to the fans will be on Sunday.