The Browns will be back in Berea for another year of training camp this summer.
President Alec Scheiner confirmed the plans Tuesday in a meeting with local reporters. The team has held its training camp at its home site in Berea since 1992.
"We've said all along that training camp works well here for the football team," Scheiner said. "This summer, the answer to that is Berea and then we'll keep working on long-term plans."
In a meeting with reporters earlier in the month, owner Jimmy Haslam said the logistics of a potential training camp move are "substantial." The No. 1 goal, he said, was to provide a great place for the players to train and practice.
Scheiner said the Browns have received numerous promising opportunities that would take the Browns away from their home complex for periods of training camp in the future. If the Browns were to make a move off site, there still likely would be time reserved for a stretch of practices in Berea.
"If we ever decided to go off site, we'd be very confident we do something like that," Scheiner said.
Three of the five most-attended practices since 2005 happened in 2014, with visitors hailing from 40 different states. The Browns' Family Day in Akron drew more than 20,000 fans.
More details about the Browns' training camp and the team's annual Family Day will be revealed in the near future.