Let’s face it: our Browns didn’t get to celebrate as many Victory Mondays as expected last season. But, in 2023, a new-and-improved squad aims to change all that — and take us back to the NFL playoffs where we belong.
So, as the Browns get ready to kick off another training camp, it’s safe to say that we’re 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 open to the public starting on August 1, so download the Cleveland Browns mobile app now to make the training camp entry process a breeze. Then, on the big day, just bring along your smartphone and flash your digital tickets at CrossCountry Mortgage Campus’s Beech Street entrance for speedy admission.
Keep an eye on the Browns mobile app for the most up-to-date information on training camp — and don’t forget that the NFL Clear Bag policy applies to all eight open practices this summer. Parking information will be shared with ticket holders in advance of their designated training camp session.
Good news: there’s not a bad seat in the house. But snag your spot early because it’s all available on a first-come, first-serve basis — and you won’t want to miss a second of Coach Stefanski putting our guys through their paces.
Whether it’s Myles Garrett blowing up blockers, Nick Chubb blasting through the line of scrimmage, or Deshaun Watson hitting Elijah Moore in stride down the sideline, 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.
Plus, we get a sneak peek at the team’s progress when the Browns take on Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets in the Hall of Fame Game on August 3. It’s shaping up to be an early yardstick against one of the AFC’s preseason favorites.
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.
- The Browns Play Football! field zone lets fans live out their NFL dreams by participating in football challenges like the 40-yard dash and vertical jump.
- Adopt a dog (and new best friend) at the Puppy Pound. In partnership with the Northeast Ohio SPCA, the Browns hope to find plenty of deserving pooches new forever homes.
- Stock up on Browns gear at the on-site Pro Shop. Give your wallet a workout with a wide selection of training camp-exclusive merchandise that all feature the team’s new dawg logo.
This year, the Browns are shaking things up. Each and every practice open to the public will have a special theme. Check out the full rundown below:
- August 1 — Youth Football / Flag Football
- August 6 — Throwback
- August 7 — Superheroes
- August 9 — Stay in the Game
- August 20 — Browns Backers
- August 22 — Military Appreciation
- August 23 — Barks & Bites
- August 24 — Browns Give Back
From honoring commendable sections of the local community to just having a little fun, these all-new theme days ensure that no two days at Browns training camp are ever quite the same.
Dawgs Gotta Eat
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?