Day 5:

• Tight end David Njoku isn’t finishing plays. On Sunday, the 2017 first-round pick kept dropping passes. On Monday, a Tyrod Taylor spiral skipped off his hands and turned into an interception by Damarious Randall.

• Al Saunders is trying hard to help Njoku. The 71-year-old coach lines up where a free safety would during some tight end drills. Saunders coached Browns wide receivers last year before that job was given to Adam Henry. He was offensive coordinator in Kansas City during the meat of superstar Tony Gonzalez’s career (league-leading 102 catches in 2004).

• Larry Ogunjobi took turns with Jamie Meder working with the “ones” at nose tackle. Meder played 179 snaps in 10 games last year before going on injured reserve. Ogunjobi missed two midseason games but otherwise got in 301 snaps as a rookie third-round pick. They are the tag team replacing departed former first-round pick Danny Shelton.

• Tim Couch hung out at practice with fellow former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar. Couch said he’d be having a couple of cold ones with ex-teammate Aaron Shea if Kosar cared to join them. Couch will handle analysis and Jay Crawford will do play by play for the Browns’ local WEWS (Channel 5) telecasts of preseason games against the Giants Aug. 9, the Bills Aug. 17 and the Lions Aug. 30. Dustin Fox and Kosar will report from the sidelines. The Aug. 23 game against the Eagles will be on national television (FOX).

• You can see what General Manager John Dorsey saw when he jumped on running back Nick Chubb with the No. 35 overall pick. Chubb ran and cut with authority. Dorsey had never been involved with picking a running back even close to that high. “Happy to be here, no matter where they took me,” Chubb said.

• After Tuesday’s day off, the Browns will practice from 3-5:55 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Friday’s intrasquad scrimmage in Berea is tentatively set to begin at 4 p.m.

— Steve Doerschuk