same week for only the second time in NFL history in Week 4. None of them earned a win.Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield and Arizona’s Josh Rosen came close. Both of their teams lost by a field goal. Buffalo’s Josh Allen had the worst game of the group in a shutout loss. Sam Darnold and the Jets didn’t have a chance against Jacksonville.Mayfield was 21 of 41 for 295 yards [url=https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Britton-Colquitt-Jersey]Britton Colquitt Jersey[/url] , two touchdowns and two interceptions in a 45-42 overtime loss at Oakland. He came off the bench to lead the Browns to a rare win the previous game against the Jets.Rosen also made his first start, going 15 of 27 for 180 yards and one TD in a 20-17 loss to Seattle.Allen was 16 of 33 for 151 yards and two picks in a 22-0 loss to Green Bay. He led the Bills to a stunning upset at Minnesota a week earlier.Darnold was 17 of 34 for 167 yards and one TD in a 31-12 loss to the Jaguars.Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson got four carries in a win against the Steelers so all five quarterbacks picked in the first round played the same week. When Mayfield and Rosen made their debuts in Week 3, it was the first time five first-round quarterbacks played within the first three games of a season.Here’s a look inside more numbers going into Week 5:BREEZING PAST PEYTON: Drew Brees needs 201 yards passing yards when New Orleans hosts the Redskins on Monday to surpass Peyton Manning (71,940) and Brett Favre (71,838) for most passing yards in NFL history. Brees (496) and Brady (497) are close to joining Manning and Favre as the only members of the 500 touchdown passes club.GETTING OFFENSIVE: The totals for points (3,030), touchdowns (344) and touchdown passes (228) are all the highest through the first four weeks of a season.PASSING LEAGUE: The 12 individual performances of at least 400 yards is the most through the first four weeks. The five individual 400-yard passing performances in Week 4 were the most ever in a single week.PARITY: The average margin of victory has been 9.9 points and 38 games have been decided by eight points or fewer, the most ever through four weeks. Six games in Week 4 had the winning points scored in the final 10 seconds of the fourth quarter or overtime.FLYING HIGH: The Rams can become the fifth team to score at least 30 points in each of their first five games to start a season. Three of the previous four teams to accomplish the feat reached the Super Bowl.MAGNIFICENT MAHOMES: Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has 14 TD passes and no interceptions. Peyton Manning holds the record to start a season with 20 TDs and no picks.ADAM’S MARK: Vikings receiver Adam Thielen has at least 100 yards receiving yards in the first four games. Only two players have done it in the first five: Charley Hennigan (1961) and Bob Boyd (1954). Notes from the first day of the Cleveland Browns’ mandatory minicamp." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDawgs EDTShareTweetShareShareCleveland Browns Mandatory Minicamp - Day 1 recapKen Blaze-USA TODAY SportsThe Cleveland Browns kicked off Day 1 of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Minicamp will run three days, concluding on Thursday. It will be the team’s final offseason program before training camp commences in late July.BROWNS’ MINICAMP RECAP - DAY 1 (TUESDAY)1. Duke Johnson’s Trade Request: Player interviews took place before the start of practice, and the person who dominated the headlines was RB Duke Johnson. He re-iterated his request for a trade [url=https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Tyrod-Taylor-Jersey]Tyrod Taylor Jersey[/url] , but said that he will be a professional as long as he remains a member of the Browns. You can read the full story here, but head coach Freddie Kitchens also had a fun comment about it:Johnson took part in practice, too, as you can see him going through a simple walk-through here.2. Odell Beckham Jr. Takes the Field: I never cared one bit about all of the OTAs that WR Odell Beckham Jr. was getting. Yes, I understand the debates that can be made about building chemistry and setting an example, but let’s be real. We know that Beckham is a proven superstar player, unlike anyone the Browns have had at that position. He gets to do what he wants, and he’s going to fight to be a winner here. When it came time for mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, Beckham was live in the flesh:Beckham will have his pre-practice interview with the media on Wednesday. Before we move off of Beckham, here is a red zone touchdown for you to enjoy — Mayfield to Beckham:3. Landry Sitting Out of Minicamp: WR Jarvis Landry has a minor injury that will keep him out of minicamp. He said that no surgery is needed [url=https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Baker-Mayfield-Jersey]Baker Mayfield Color Rush Jersey[/url] , but did not disclose what the injury is. He expects to be ready for the start of training camp. Per Daryl Ruiter of 92.3 the Fan, here are the other players who did not practice on Tuesday:4. Austin Corbett at Starting Right Guard: One of the bigger storylines to come out of OTAs was the fact that Kyle Kalis was running with the first-team offense at right guard as opposed to Austin Corbett. At least for the first day of minicamp, that changed — Corbett was with the first-team offensive line.Jake Burns of The OBR noted that the second-team offensive line consisted of LT Kendall Lamm, LG Bryan Witzmann, C Brian Kush, RG Kyle Kalis, and RT Brad Seaton.5. Early Punt Return Candidates: With SS Jabrill Peppers traded to the Giants, some of the early candidates to return punts (based on the first minicamp practice) included WR Antonio Callaway, WR Ishmael Hyman, and WR Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi.6. Tryout Players: There are still some players trying to make an impression to join the Browns’ roster on a tryout basis. They include the following rookies: WR Micah Wright [url=https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Emmanuel-Ogbah-Jersey]https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Emmanuel-Ogbah-Jersey[/url] , WR Darrion Landry, WR Jovon Durante, OT Ka’John Armstrong, and LS James Fisher. First-year player DT Anthony Mason is also trying out, as is fifth-year DT Ethan Westbrooks.7. Brownies: S Jermaine Whitehead intercepted a pass by QB Baker Mayfield, and CB Denzel Ward got QB Drew Stanton. ... Jake Burns of The OBR believes that based on reps, CB Greedy Williams looked like the “absolute starter” at cornerback alongside Ward. ... Per Ben Axelrod of WKYC, LB Adarius Taylor was with Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey on the first-team defense, while LB Genard Avery was used as a pass rusher on the second team. ... Axelrod also noted a nice red zone pass that QB Garrett Gilbert fired to WR D.J. Montgomery. ... Rookie K Austin Seibert connected on a 48-yard field goal in a hurry-up situation. ... QB Drew Stanton had a good day:8. Next Up: Day 2 of Browns minicamp will be Wednesday from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
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