BROWNS CAMP HAPPENINGS

It wasn't quite as impressive as the 92-yard touchdown run Nick Chubb broke off in Week 10 last season, but the promising, young running back energized the Browns on Thursday with another incredible carry.

Chubb broke loose for a 65-yard touchdown run in an 11-on-11 drill during the second and final joint practice the Browns held with the Indianapolis Colts at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana.

"It was beautiful vision. He hit it, too," running back Kareem Hunt said. "That’s a great run. Props to the O-line, too. They made a nice hole right there, so you can’t forget about those guys, and Chubb is doing a great job of finishing the runs and taking it to the house."

Because Chubb, listed as 5-foot-11 and 227 pounds, is such a powerful runner, many people underestimate his breakaway speed. But the 2018 second-round draft pick outraced the Colts to the end zone.

"I told him, 'I wouldn't have thought you were that fast,'" wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. said. "But when he gets moving, he's rolling."

Quarterback Baker Mayfield chased Chubb to the end zone to celebrate the play.

"Anytime you get an explosive play, everybody understands the significance of that," coach Freddie Kitchens said.

• Cornerback Denzel Ward continued to sit out team drills.

• Safety Jermaine Whitehead stopped practicing and had his left thigh wrapped.

• Defensive tackle Devaroe Lawrence, who had been stellar in this training camp, left Wednesday's practice and sat out Thursday with a knee injury. "Actually, he's better than we thought. He's really day to day," Kitchens said. "Something just has to settle down. We were a little worried yesterday afternoon, but it ended up being fine."

• Running back Dontrell Hilliard (hamstring) and safety Juston Burris (hamstring) also joined the list of injured players who sat out practice. They worked out beside the field with receiver Antonio Callaway (high-ankle sprain), cornerbacks TJ Carrie (hamstring) and Tavierre Thomas (hamstring), linebacker Sione Takitaki (hamstring), defensive ends Chad Thomas (sprained neck) and Jarrell Owens (groin) and tight end David Njoku (knee). Callaway had a walking boot on his right leg.

• Receiver Damion Ratley practiced for the first time since July 26, the second day of camp. He missed 14 practices with a hamstring injury. Asked about players fighting for jobs who miss most of camp with injuries, Kitchens said: "You want to get some good stuff on tape, and time is running out. The clock is ticking. I think the sense of urgency has to be picked up in some areas."

FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE: No practice. The Browns will face the Colts in the second preseason game for both teams at 4 p.m. Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

— Nate Ulrich