Browns quarterback of the future - third-round pick Colt McCoy - said he hasn't experienced any problems with the shoulder he injured in the National Chanpionship Game in January.
" The shoulder is 100 percent," said McCoy in between Rookie Mini Camp Workouts Friday in Berea. "I feel really good, really confident. I threw the ball really well out there today. It's all healthy."
Despite hailing from Texas, McCoy also said he doesn't anticipate having a tough time adjusting to Cleveland's winter weather conditions.
"We've played in a lot of cold-weather games," the Texas Longhorns' four-year starter said. "Obviously, not this (far) north. But I've played in Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas with it snowing and the wind blowing real hard. Honestly, I've probably had some of my best games in the cold weather. So I don't think it's an issue."
Soon enough, McCoy won't be the only UT alum in the lockeroom when veteran kicker Phil Dawson arrives in a few months in late July for training camp.
"He's a great guy, a great kicker," McCoy said. "I met him early on in my career at UT and we stayed in touch a little bit. He sent me a congratulations text."