The Browns are slated to have two members of their 2018 draft class -- quarterback Baker Mayfield and running back Nick Chubb -- attend the 24th annual NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere.

The union announced the 39 expected participants Monday.

Mayfield, the No. 1 overall pick, and Chubb, a second-round selection (No. 35 overall), are scheduled to learn the business of football at the premiere, which will run Thursday through Sunday in Los Angeles.

Players occasionally miss organized team activity practices because of the event, but Mayfield and Chubb won't encounter such a problem. The Browns will hold their annual golf outing on May 21 and begin OTAs on May 22.

NFL Players Inc., the union's marketing and licensing arm, will host the rookie premiere.

According to the NFLPA, more than 30 of its business partners will engage with the players to create content for seasonal campaigns, secure endorsement deals, promote licensed products through group player rights and showcase goods and services during the event.

The official Nike jerseys of the players will be unveiled Friday, and they'll wear their team uniforms for the first time Saturday during a photo shoot with Panini America, the NFLPA’s exclusive trading card licensee.

"NFLPA Rookie Premiere is the best opportunity for our partners to engage early on with the next wave of marketable young stars entering the league," NFL Players Inc. President Ahmad Nassar said in a news release. "Beyond providing a platform to learn about the business of football and benefits of their union as they plan for their new careers, Rookie Premiere allows players to showcase their personalities so that we can use that insight to connect the right players with the right brands to advance their stories and campaigns."