Noteworthy scenes from Friday's Browns training camp practice.

- After the Browns reached the heights in a 30-10 rout of Washington, Thursday, it was stay-low Friday in Berea.

Offensive line coach James Campen put his men through a drill designed to keep them from playing too high in their stances.

It was a sight to watch 6-foot-5, 330-pound left tackle Greg Robinson have to hunker down inside an apparatus that looked like an outdoor trampoline.

While crouched under the apparatus, blockers crept up to an imaginary line of scrimmage, hitting their helmets on the top if they got too high. Then they fired out low against practice defenders outside the apparatus.

Veterans of many training camps could not recall having seen such a drill in Berea.

- Nearby, wide receivers likewise practiced staying low at the snap. They lined up opposite a doorway whose top was about 4 1/2 feet high, then fired through and assumed their normal height.

The drill seemed easier for Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi than for most of the others. Thursday night's punt-return star is listed at 5-foot-11. He might be 5-9.

- Freddie Kitchens shrugged off the unusual aspect of doing a two-hour practice the day after a night game.

"I thought that's what we needed," Kitchens said. "We're not basing what we do on the past. The starters didn't play a lot last night, and we need to get better."

- The biggest roar of the day followed a circus catch down the right sideline on which Jarvis Landry got good position against decent coverage from rookie Greedy Williams.

Baker Mayfield put the ball where it needed to be.

- Few are taking David Blough's chances to make the roster seriously, but the former Purdue QB finished Friday's practice with a serious kick.

Blough, who posted a 124.4 passer rating in the fourth quarter Thursday, looked crisp in practice running the two-minute drill.

He worked especially well with wideout Dorian Baker, an undrafted rookie out of Kentucky who grew up in Cleveland Heights.

Blough's longer passes tended to flutter, but they were accurate, including one beauty to Sheehy-Guiseppi down the left sideline.

- Derrick Willies, a key man in Baker Mayfield's first win as an NFL starter (overtime vs. Baltimore) didn't have much of a preseason opener (three targets, one catch, 8 yards).

His chances at a roster spot go up now that Antonio Callaway is suspended, and he was the first man Mayfield threw to (completion) during an 11-on-11 set Friday.

- Tight end Stephen Carlson, an undrafted rookie out of Princeton, made a twisting, falling catch about 20 yards down the left side. Blough threw the ball.

SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE:   Practice is schedule for 2:45-4:45 p.m. a second straight day