Summer break is over.
Browns players reported for training camp Wednesday morning, marking the beginning of what should be brighter chapter for the team following a promising offseason full of changes.
Cleveland overhauled its roster this past spring following the franchise's first winless season, a process that began with high-profile trades for quarterback Tyrod Taylor, Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry and free safety Damarious Randall.
The trio were among a score of new faces acquired over the last few months, a group that includes rookies quarterback Baker Mayfield and cornerback Denzel Ward, the first and fourth-overall NFL Draft picks, respectively.
The Browns, who expected to improve in 2018 after a 1-31 record over the past two seasons, open camp Thursday afternoon. Training camp will feature 15 free public practices at the team's Berea facility.
Cleveland hosts the Steelers in the season opener on Sept. 9.