The Browns have completed 11 days of training camp and coach Mike Pettine has liked most of what he's seen.
Quarterback Josh McCown and wide receiver Brian Hartline have added new elements to an offense with a sturdy offensive line and young, hungry running backs. The defense has benefited from an injection of depth and has rotated a ton of different players with the first and second units.
So, Pettine thought his players deserved a little break from a night full of studying the playbook. The Browns lined up their team buses Tuesday and headed to a local bowling alley for a night full of different competition. Pettine let the players pick their teams and the players quickly went on social media to announce the happenings.
Team bonding is nothing new for Pettine and the Browns. Earlier in the spring, the coach took his team paintballing and last training camp the squad enjoyed a movie night together.