Rainy and Cool, Browns Training Camp, LeBron's Number, Deadly Lightening Strike

MONDAY: Cloudy. Breezy and chance of showers. High: 70
MONDAY NIGHT:  Cloudy.  LOW: 53
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy slight chance of showers. High: 72 

The Browns hit the field again on Monday, they will not have a day off until Wednesday. On Sunday, the second day of Browns Training Camp, saw a lot of talk about the quarterbacks. Head Coach Mike Pettine was asked if it was hard to compare Johnny Manziel to Brian Hoyer because the two work with two different supporting casts. "It's not. They still have things they need to accomplish every play. That starts with getting the play and calling it right in the huddle—all the minute details that they're being evaluated on. Footwork, where their eyes are, if their eyes are where they're supposed to be as far as making the read, the mechanics of the throw—all those things go into it." Veteran receiver Nate Burleson addressed the receiver position. He was asked if critics are short changing the unit if they do lose Josh Gordon for the season. "Yeah, I'll let them think that. That's good. It's great motivation. It's the quiet storm. We'll just keep working, and then when it's game time we'll wait for everyone to jump on the bandwagon."

LeBron James says that he is officially returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers wearing #23. On Sunday afternoon LeBron tweeted an Instagram photo of him wearing his former St. Vincent-St. Mary jersey, and a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey, both with the #23. The photo was accompanied with this message, "23 it is! It's only right I go back. 2·3=6 We still family 6. #HomeTeam #StriveForGreatness"

A man rushed to the hospital after a rare lightning strike at Venice Beach has died. The Los Angeles Coroner's Office says it's unclear if he was killed by the lightning, drowned or was trampled by the crowd. The lightning struck Sunday afternoon in the water and on the beach. A spokeswoman with the Los Angeles Fire Department says those that were injured were either in or near the water. The man who died was among at least eight people taken to the hospital with injuries after the strike.

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