Browns ranked 21st in NFLPA’s free agency report card
Every year, the NFLPA releases a free agency report card that grades every NFL team on a variety of categories from weight room facilities, to nutrition and dieting, locker room conditions, strength and training staff, and more. The Cleveland Browns ranked 21st of 32 teams in this report that was released today.
An overview of the report, there were some things to like, and some things that fell way below standard in Berea:
“The Cleveland Browns were ranked 21st in the team guide. The player respondents expressed two major complaints – the first of which is the weight room. It currently takes up about 15 – 20 yards of their indoor practice facility, which the players stated was already small.
The second issue pertained to the locker room, which the players believe is one of the smallest in the league, resulting in many players feeling like they do not have enough personal space.
On a positive note, the team’s training staff and strength coaches are very well liked, and players feel like they add to their overall success. Also, 100% of the locker room believes that owner Jimmy Haslem is willing to invest money into improving the facility.”
The training staff of the Browns received an A, the strength staff received an A+, and the training room received a B+. The locker room and weight room, however, were both given a grade of D+.
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