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Browns rookies officially arrive back in Berea for training camp


Football is in the air.

The Cleveland Browns 2015 rookie class set foot back in the building for the official beginning of their NFL careers. Meetings with coaches and a conditioning test will be the focus today.

The Browns are one of three teams with rookies reporting on Wednesday, the first day the league allows such activity. The Saints and Vikings are the other teams.

Including undrafted free agents, Cleveland will carry a whopping 21 rookies into training camp. With 90 players currently on the team, rookies make up 18.9 percent of the roster.

The rookies will be assigned a roommate at the team hotel, generally someone in their position group. The veterans will accompany the rookies at the team hotel until camp breaks on Aug. 25th.

There will also be bonding for the rookies away from the practice field and classroom. The rookie comedy show in front of the entire team will challenge the first-year players' creativity.

Training camp officially begins on July 30th. Click here for tickets and more information.

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