The Browns completed the second day of voluntary mini-camp today, and afterwards coach Rob Chudzinski had this to say about his offense in comparison to the one he ran in Cleveland in 2007 as offensive coordinator-
“We’ve evolved, and that’s one thing that, as a coach, you hope to learn and grow. Defenses are always working to try and catch up to you. You have to try to stay and work ahead. One of the biggest things is tailoring your system to your players. Everyone has a million plays, but trying to fit what your guys do best and putting them in the best position to win is key. Right now we are building that foundation and building the base of what we want to be – not just as an offense but as a team, with defense and special teams.”
When asked specifically about how Trent Richardson fits into his system-
“Trent will be our primary runner. We will use him on first-second down and Trent has some unique skills. He can actually catch the ball well and run routes well out of the backfield. That’s one thing out of the last few days that we have been able to see. He is a guy that we could play on three downs. Obviously, we just have to keep him fresh. ”
The Browns conclude on-field workouts tomorrow. Coach Chudzinski’s offense had at least one fan after the first day of mini-camp-
This offense is a wide receivers dream and it’s only day 1!
— Greg Little (@Str8UpGlittle) April 16, 2013