Well, one day down, many more to go for the Browns' training camp. Here are my observations from the second practice:
The players were wearing shorts, shoulder pads and helmets. They wore full uniforms during the morning session.
Tight end Evan Moore dropped a pass in one-on-one drills, his second drop of the day, but he also made several nice catches. Linebacker Chris Gocong did a nice job in coverage to make the play difficult for Moore, but he still got a hand on the ball and should have hauled it in.
Wide receiver Brian Robiskie made a couple of nice catches in one-on-one drills.
Robert Royal dropped a pass during a 7-on-7 session. I also saw him drop two passes in the morning practice.
Dave Zastudil punted after being sidelined earlier this summer during organized team activities and minicamp. He was rehabilitating a knee injury then.
Wide receiver Johnathan Haggerty made a nice catch on the sideline to stay in bounds. Quarterback Seneca Wallace threw the pass.
Wide receiver Josh Cribbs made a great catch in double coverage. With Mike Adams and Ray Ventrone all over him, Cribbs snagged a sharp pass from Wallace.
Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson intercepted a pass from quarterback Jake Delhomme near the line of scrimmage.
Before throwing his first and only interception of the day, Delhomme drew loud cheers when he hit wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi with a long pass on a fade route. Delhomme hit wide receiver Syndric Steptoe with a similar throw during the morning practice.