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Summary from the Final Week of Camp
For the first time this preseason, Browns fans got to see Baker Mayfield play football. The starting quarterback played the first quarter against Atlanta and went 6-of-10 for 113 yards and a touchdown. Mayfield had been begging to play last week and got his wish in Week 3. He will be ready to lead the Browns offense when the games matter. Case Keenum again handled the backup role and looked far better than third-string quarterback Kyle Lauletta. Keenum will be the QB2 when the season starts.
After the injuries to Travis Etienne and division rival J.K. Dobbins, Browns fans are probably happy Nick Chubb didn’t play in any preseason games. He has looked good in practice and will be ready to play against Kansas City. It has been a largely quiet camp for Chubb’s backfield mate Kareem Hunt, but he did play a few snaps against Atlanta, recording two carries for five yards. Expect Chubb and Hunt’s workloads to match last year’s. The team’s running backs carried the ball 69 times in three preseason games and were targetted 38 times. Chubb and Hunt will split that work again this season and will likely be one of the NFL’s top backfield tandem. D’Ernest Johnson and Demetric Felton completed for the No. 3 spot all summer. Johnson played with the starters after Hunt left the game. He carried the ball three times for 11 yards and also caught five passes for 44 yards. Felton managed 15 yards on four carries. If Johnson is the RB3, Felton’s ability to play both running back and wide receiver should keep him on the 53-man roster.
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