The ending, in reality, wasn't what anyone wanted.
For the second consecutive day, Cleveland's offensive players -- and some assistants -- ended practice with a few push-ups. The big difference between Tuesday and Monday, though, was the offense never even got a chance to execute its play to cap a productive day of work.
Flags flew and whistles blew when the ball was snapped. It was initially believed the defense jumped and committed some encroachment. But upon further review, it was the offense that was at fault.
Thus, the push-ups.
"I got to the bottom of it. Sometimes you have to dig and get to the bottom of it," coach Freddie Kitchens said. "Our center flexed the ball a little bit so they also had to do it."
Here's what else you might have missed from Tuesday's practice.
Check out photos from the eighteenth day of Browns Camp by team photographer Matt Starkey