The Browns made the following roster moves Thursday:
o Placed OL Desmond Harrison (toe) on active/physically unable to perform
o Placed DL Chad Thomas (hernia) on active/physically unable to perform
o Placed DB Jabrill Peppers (groin) on active/non-football injury/illness
o Placed DL Trenton Thompson (illness) on active/non-football injury/illness
o Placed WR Josh Gordon on reserve/did not report
o Placed FB Marquez Williams on reserve/did not report
o Placed WR Ricardo Louis (neck) on reserve/injured
· The following players did not practice today due to injury: OL Desmond Harrison (toe-PUP), DB Jabrill Peppers (groin-NFI), DL Chad Thomas (hernia-PUP) and DL Trenton Thompson (illness-NFI).
· The following players left today’s practice due to injury: TE Devon Cajuste (concussion), DL Caleb Brantley (cramps), DL Daniel Ekuale (calf), WR Damion Ratley (hip) and WR Derrick Willies (cramps).
· With the opening of camp, this marked the 24th overall and 20th consecutive season that the team has held training camp at the Cleveland Browns Training and Administrative Complex in Berea.
The Browns held their first open training camp practice of 2018.
Locations of Browns Training Camp
Bowling Green State University 1946-51
Hiram College 1952-74
Kent State University 1975-81
Lakeland Community College 1982-91
Berea 1992-95, 1999-2018
· The Browns Puppy Pound returned to training camp for the fourth consecutive year and a total of 11 puppies were adopted. At the Puppy Pound, fans have the opportunity to meet local animals in need of homes. Since the program’s launch in 2015, 234 puppies from the Northeast Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) were adopted by Browns fans at training camp practices. The Northeast Ohio SPCA is a non-profit no-kill pet shelter located in Parma. Click here for more information on the Northeast Ohio SPCA.
· The American Red Cross, a community partner of the First and Ten volunteering movement, was onsite at camp today and shared information about Saturday’s Annual Cleveland Browns First and Ten Blood Drive. Fans may register to donate blood at 12 sites in Northeast Ohio by visiting RedCrossBlood.org and entering the sponsor code “BROWNS” or calling 1-800-RED-CROSS (733-2767). All presenting donors will receive two upper level tickets to the Browns-Philadelphia Eagles game on Aug. 23 and a commemorative Browns First and Ten T-shirt (while supplies last), as well as have the chance to win Browns memorabilia and passes to training camp practices.