The Browns practiced twice Tuesday. Here are my observations from the second session:
Offensive linemen Tony Pashos, John St. Clair, Floyd Womack and Shawn Lauvao, running backs James Davis and Montario Hardesty, fullback Lawrence Vickers, cornerback Brandon McDonald, linebackers David Bowens and D'Qwell Jackson, wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, defensive back Coye Francies and defensive linemen Shaun Rogers, Titus Adams and C.J. Mosley, punter Dave Zastudil were sidelined.
Wide receiver Brian Robiskie and cornerback Eric Wright dueled in one-on-one drills. Robiskie caught a pass in the end zone against Wright. The next time, though, Wright broke up a pass to Robiskie.
During 11-on-11 drills in the red zone, quarterback Seneca Wallace hit tight end Evan Moore with a touchdown pass.
A couple of plays later, Wallace rolled to his right and connected with running back Chris Jennings in the end zone.
Rookie quarterback Colt McCoy hit wide receiver Bobby Engram with a short pass in the end zone.
Jennings made a one-handed catch in the end zone on a pass thrown by Wallace.
Cornerback Sheldon Brown intercepted a pass from Delhomme in the end zone. Brown also intercepted a pass from Delhomme during the morning session.
Delhomme hit Moore with a pass in the end zone.
On a fourth-and-5 situation, McCoy hit Engram over the middle for a 20-yard touchdown pass. Wallace later hit Engram over the middle with a touchdown pass from about 40 yards.
Recently acquired wide receiver Taurus Johnson caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brett Ratliff.
Brown was called for pass interference when Delhomme threw a long pass toward wide receiver Josh Cribbs in the end zone. When Brown saw some yellow flags fall to the ground, he dramatically collapsed.
Cornerback DeAngelo Smith broke up a pass from Delhomme to Cribbs. Smith nearly intercepted the pass, but he bobbled the ball and couldn't secure it.
Wide receiver Carlton Mitchell dropped a pass from Ratliff in the end zone on a flea-flicker play.
On consecutive plays, Jennings and wide receiver Jake Allen dropped passes from Wallace in the end zone.
After those drops, practice ended with Wallace throwing two touchdown passes -- one to Moore and another to Allen. The offensive players went wild as they cheered and taunted the defense.