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What we know about the Browns offensive line entering the third preseason game

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Cleveland Browns offensive linemen (L-R) Eric Kush, JC Tretter and Joel Bitonio talk between drills during a training camp practice in Berea. (John Kuntz, cleveland.com)
cleveland.com Cleveland Browns offensive linemen (L-R) Eric Kush, JC Tretter and Joel Bitonio talk between drills during a training camp practice in Berea. (John Kuntz, cleveland.com)

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By Scott Patsko, cleveland.com

BEREA, Ohio – Nobody knows how much the Browns starters will play Friday against the Buccaneers. But head coach Freddie Kitchens did say this week that they won’t play at all in the final preseason game against the Lions.

That means Friday should be the last time we see the starting offensive line in game action until the season opener against the Titans on Sept. 8. The starting group in both preseason games so far has been Greg Robinson (LT), Joel Bitonio (LG), JC Tretter (C), Eric Kush (RG) and Chris Hubbard (RT).

While that group has had quite a bit of practice time over the last few weeks, they’ve gotten just 14 snaps (two drives) together in preseason games. That’s not a very big sample size, but here’s a breakdown of what we’ve seen so far.

Bitonio: 13 snaps, 11 pass blocking snaps, no pressures allowed, 82.4 pass blocking grade from Pro Football Focus.

Hubbard: 13 snaps, 11 pass blocking, two hurries, one false start penalty, 65.3 pass blocking grade.

Tretter: 13 snaps, 11 pass blocking, no pressures, 65.0 pass blocking grade.

Robinson: 17 spans, 13 pass blocking, one sack and one hurry, 61.0 pass blocking grade.

Kush: 39 snaps (35 at right guard), 26 pass blocking, one hurry, 51.9 pass blocking grade.

That group didn’t let anyone touch Baker Mayfield on the opening drive against the Redskins, which ended with a touchdown. They managed 22 yards and one first down with Garrett Gilbert under center on the first series against the Colts. On that drive they had issues executing a screen on the opening play, Hubbard had a false start, and Kareem Hunt gained two yards on one carry.

Again, Kitchens hasn’t said how much the starters will play vs. the Buccaneers, but more than one non-hurry-up offense drive with Mayfield should provide a clearer picture of where the group is at.

And then there’s right guard. That’s where much of the focus will be Friday. Kush has started both preseason games and taken the bulk of the first-team reps in practices the last few weeks. But Kitchens has yet to declare a winner in the competition for the starting spot. And there’s no guarantee that he’ll do it this weekend.

“It depends on how they play, seriously,” Kitchens said. “I told those guys the other day, we have five practices (now only two) and two games. If that is too much pressure for you, then you are probably in the wrong business.

“Everything we have done is to try to prepare them for that situation and try to put pressure on them in the midst of practice. Can someone go from on the team to off the team in five practices and two games? Of course. Can someone go from off the team to on the team? Of course. Can somebody go from a backup to a starter? Yes.”

Which leads us to Austin Corbett and Drew Forbes, who have also been involved – to varying degrees — in the right guard competition.

Here’s a closer look at their preseasons.

Corbett: 114 snaps (all at center), 76 pass blocking, one sack, one hit, one hurry, two holding penalties, 29.6 pass blocking grade.

Forbes: 83 snaps (75 at right guard, eight at left guard), 53 pass blocking, three hurries, one holding penalty, 62.6 pass blocking grade.

Kyle Kalis, who was rotating in a right guard with Corbett and Kush earlier in camp before missing time with a concussion, played 24 snaps, all at left guard, against the Redskins. In 15 pass blocking snaps he had a 73.4 grade with no pressures or penalties. But he did not return to practice this week and isn’t expected to play vs. the Buccaneers.

Browns offensive line coach James Campen said he is 100 percent certain the Browns have their right guard on the roster. But, like Kitchens, he isn’t predicting a decision following Friday’s game.

“We are going to go through the process in the third preseason (game), then you take a look at that tape and make some assessments there,” Campen said. “Hopefully, it is very apparent who that person is, but by no means is there anything set at this point in time. Just continue to work. Guys are rolling in and working well.”

We should see plenty of both players in the final two preseason games. Actually, all linemen who make the final 53-man roster as a backup will have to keep handy what they’ve learned in training camp and the preseason.

“It is a long season, and if you don’t get people in rotation and see in training camp, things can come bite you in the tail,” Campen said. “It could be Week 10 and someone loses a helmet for two or three series or before they get healthy and get back in or lose a shoe. You have to have some recall and remember what you did back in training camp. Moving guys around is a good thing.”


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By Terry Pluto, The Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND, Ohio — You know the Browns are in good shape when fans and media are gnashing their teeth over Austin Corbett and the right guard situation.

I’m far more worried about the kickers than right guard, but there is a message here with how the Browns are handling their 2018 second-round pick.

When the Browns drafted Corbett, I assumed he’d be like another second-round pick from Nevada. That was Joel Bitonio, selected by former GM Ray Farmer in 2014.

Bitonio was a left tackle at Nevada. Corbett later replaced him at that spot.

The Browns immediately moved Bitonio to left guard in the NFL, and he was the opening day starter. He has held the position ever since and was picked to his first Pro Bowl at the end of last season.

When Browns GM John Dorsey picked Corbett at the top of the second round in 2018, there was some consideration of him replacing future Hall of Famer Joe Thomas at left tackle. Most scouts and draft experts viewed Corbett as a guard or perhaps a center in the NFL.

Last year, he was not going to take away jobs from guard Kevin Zeitler or Bitonio. Nor could he beat out solid pro JC Tretter at center.

But when Zeitler was traded to the New York Giants as part of the Odell Beckham/Olivier Vernon trade, left guard was open for Corbett.

So far, he has yet to win the job and it’s doubtful he will start opening day.

SERIOUS ABOUT COMPETITION

If the Browns were still in the massive building stage of 2016-17, they could start Corbett anyway and hope he grows into a viable left guard.

But the Browns are talking playoffs, and that’s a realistic goal. It also means they have to be serious about playing the best guys regardless of draft position.

Over and over, Coach Freddie Kitchens has been preaching “competition.” He wants jobs to be won, not handed to prized young players.

Rookie Greedy Williams is having a strong training camp, but he is battling with veteran Terrance Mitchell for a starting cornerback spot. So far, Mitchell is holding off the young man from LSU. Even if he doesn’t start, Williams will be on the field often. Teams need five or six defensive backs with all the passing in the NFL.

But only five offensive linemen play at a time, and it appears Corbett does not deserve to be one of them. Journeyman Eric Kush appears to be the likely starter at right guard. Corbett also had a rough day at center with two bad snaps and a holding penalty last week in Indianapolis. It’s clear he’s struggling with confidence.

YOU CAN’T ALWAYS BE RIGHT

Dorsey has a fabulous drafting record with the Browns. He has had four picks in the first two rounds of the 2018 and 2019 drafts, and three of them are impact starters – Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb and Denzel Ward.

If it turns out Corbett is a miss, so be it.

Many draft experts were surprised when Corbett was drafted that high. But they also were surprised when Mayfield was the No. 1 pick and Ward was the No. 4 pick.

Very few of them saw Chubb being drafted No. 35, two selections behind Corbett.

The Browns should be patient with Corbett. Offensive linemen get hurt. Depth is needed.

In the meantime, who plays is important to the integrity of the front office/coaching staff. Players pay close attention to who seems to be given favored status that isn’t deserved.

For example, Dorsey traded veteran Carlos Hyde at mid-season because it was evident Chubb had emerged as the superior running back. The rookie from Georgia earned the position.

And for Corbett, that’s what he needs to do.

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Patriots safety Patrick Chung indicted on cocaine possession charge

Posted Aug 22, 1:09 PM

New England Patriots strong safety Patrick Chung runs the ball before an NFL preseason football game against the Detroit Lions in Detroit, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
AP New England Patriots strong safety Patrick Chung runs the ball before an NFL preseason football game against the Detroit Lions in Detroit, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

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By Associated Press sports staff

LACONIA, N.H. — New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung has been indicted in New Hampshire on a charge of cocaine possession, according to court paperwork released today.

A Belknap County grand jury indicted Chung, 32, on Aug. 8. Chung knowingly possessed cocaine on June 25 while in Meredith, authorities said.

Chung’s arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday.

Town records show that Chung owns a lakeside home in Meredith, the Laconia Sun reported.

It is not clear whether Chung has an attorney who can speak for him. The court file doesn’t list one.

The Associated Press left a message seeking comment with a spokesperson for the Patriots. The voicemail box for Chung’s agent was full.

Chung has been an integral part of the Patriots defense during his two stints with the team. New England drafted him in the second round in 2009. He left in free agency in 2012 and signed with the Eagles.

The Browns play at New England on Sunday, Oct. 27, the week after Cleveland has its bye.

He spent one year in Philadelphia and returned to New England in 2014. He won Super Bowl rings with the Patriots to conclude the 2014, 2016 and 2018 seasons.


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Browns place D.J. Montgomereserve, claim safety Montrel Meander

Updated Aug 21, 2019; Posted Aug 21, 2019

Cleveland Browns wide receiver D.J. Montgomery catches a pass for a first down over Indianapolis Colts CB Marvell Tell in the first half at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. (Joshua Gunter, cleveland.com)
cleveland.com Cleveland Browns wide receiver D.J. Montgomery catches a pass for a first down over Indianapolis Colts CB Marvell Tell in the first half at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. (Joshua Gunter, cleveland.com)

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By Dan Labbe, cleveland.com

BEREA, Ohio — One of the Browns’ top contenders for one of the final wide receiver spots is headed to injured reserve with a hamstring injury. D.J. Montgomery, a starter at wide receiver on Saturday in Indianapolis, was placed on IR, the team announced. Safety Montrel Meander was claimed via waivers from the Jets.

Montgomery had three catches for 77 yards against the Colts and was among the group of receivers fighting for one of the final spots in the wide receiver group.

Meander signed with the Browns as an undrafted free agent out of Grambling last year. He spent the first 12 weeks of the season on the Browns’ practice squad before signing with the Raiders.

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A Browns family enjoys last public training camp, gets autographs from Myles Garrett, David Njoku, Drew Forbes

Updated Aug 23, 6:37 PM; Posted Aug 22, 2019

(From left) Browns fans Christopher Hill, Robert Grays, Cristian Grays and Denisha Hopes enjoyed the final day of public access to the Browns' 2019 training camp on Wednesday, Aug. 21.
(From left) Browns fans Christopher Hill, Robert Grays, Cristian Grays and Denisha Hopes enjoyed the final day of public access to the Browns’ 2019 training camp on Wednesday, Aug. 23.

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By Cameron Fields | Special to cleveland.com

BEREA, Ohio – Before the Cleveland Browns began practice Wednesday, Robert Grays, 37, and his five-year-old son Cristian were hanging out in the family fun area.

Cristian ran the 40-yard dash over and over and played at the obstacle course, too. He also slid down the inflatable the Browns had set up. As practice was about to begin, Grays called him to start their walk to the grandstands.

“No, practice is about to start, let’s go,” Grays said as Cristian tried to play some more.

Grays and his family love football and the Browns, and Grays’ late father Amos Levert helped foster that affection. Levert used to work for the Browns during the ‘90s doing administration work, and Grays remembers his father taking him to games at Municipal Stadium. He grew up a fan of former Browns running back/kick returner Eric Metcalf because he was fun to watch.

A Parma Heights native, Grays is passing on his love to his sons Cristian and Robert Jr., who is 10. Grays has brought Robert Jr. to some practices, but not on Wednesday — it was Robert’s first day back at school.

The Browns’ last open practice was a relatively light day, as the team didn’t wear pads. As the Browns went through a team drill, Grays and his family talked about the upcoming season.

Hopes is currently a stay-at-home mom, but she has experience as a certified dialysis technician. She didn’t have her infant son, Logan, with her, but she did have his mini Browns helmet to get autographs from players. She said with the Browns expected to be good this season, nosebleed tickets are high. For the Browns’ Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans, the lowest-priced ticket is currently $150.

I had the pleasure of following Robert Grays and his son Cristian Grays today at Browns camp, along with Grays’ niece Denisha Hopes and her cousin Christopher Hill. Here’s a video of Grays’ son calling out to Rashard Higgins: pic.twitter.com/9nye9pZQ2z— Cameron Fields (@CameronFields_) August 21, 2019

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