Despite the NFL's lockout, some Browns players are engaging in football activities in Berea.
But they're not at the Browns' headquarters. They're right around the corner at Baldwin-Wallace College.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy and some of his teammates met at Baldwin-Wallace on Tuesday and are gathering again today to study film, a source with knowledge of the situation said. Tight end Jordan Cameron, whom the Browns recently drafted in the fourth round (102nd overall pick), is among those in attendance, another source said.
Last month, McCoy and several of his teammates, including wide receivers Josh Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie, Carlton Mitchell, Jordan Norwood and running back Peyton Hillis, worked out together and bonded in Austin, Texas. McCoy organized the meeting, so his teammates dubbed it "Camp Colt."
If the lockout is still in effect for the next week or so, "Camp Colt" could be headed to Kent State University. Cribbs has been in contact with his alma mater and has discussed the possibility of using its facilities in mid-May.