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Let’s face it; until last season, Victory Mondays were few and far between in The Land. That all changed in 2020, as our Cleveland Browns crashed the NFL playoffs party and came within inches of the AFC Championship Game. So, as the Browns get ready to kick off training camp later this month, it’s safe to say we’re all feeling pretty optimistic about the season ahead. Dust off that jersey, throw on a dog mask (we’re not judging) and check out these tips on how to make a day at Browns training camp in Berea one to remember.
Practices will open to the public starting on July 30, so download the Cleveland Browns mobile app now to make the training camp ticket process a breeze. Register in advance either online or through the app and, if awarded free tickets to one of the twelve open practices, you will receive an email from the Browns with all the relevant information. Then, on the big day, just bring along your smartphone and flash your digital tickets at the team facility’s Lou Groza Boulevard entrance for speedy admission.
Not all the action takes place on the practice field, as the Browns offer a wide variety of activities to keep fans — young and old — entertained. While the Browns have not yet finalized this year’s slate of activities, here are a few of our faves from years past:
Good news: there’s not a bad seat in the house. Fans can either stand around the edges of the practice fields for a front-row view or kick back and relax on the shaded grandstand. (Pro tip: That’s an excellent way to beat the midsummer heat.)
Whether it’s Jadeveon Clowney and Myles Garrett showing off killer pass rush moves, Baker Mayfield zipping passes all over the field or rookies Greg Newsome II and Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah learning the ropes, there’s no shortage of top-class talent on this roster. And every drop of sweat shed this summer moves the Brownies one step closer to the Super Bowl.
No one wants to hike miles in the blistering Berea sun just to make it to training camp. After all, these practices are for the players to get in shape — not us. Park nearby (the Browns will provide more information on parking when fans receive their training camp tickets) and take a short walk to the facility entrance.
The end of practice doesn’t mean your day in Berea has to be over, too. Hit up either Boss Chick N Beer (wings FTW) or Maya Mexican Restaurant for some post-camp fuel, before washing it all down with a Grindstone Gold lager from Cornerstone Brewing Company. Before heading home, grab a sweet treat from Three Girls Cupcake Shoppe — where they whip up a fresh variety of delectable desserts each week. With cupcake flavors ranging from pink lemonade to Cinnamon Toast Crunch, how can you go wrong?