Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski talked to the media on Wednesday afternoon regarding what he would like to see from the team in their second preseason game. In a nutshell, he wants to see the team progress.
“I want to see progress,” Chudzinski said. “I want to see improvement from the first game in a number of areas. I think, ultimately, we want to have consistency. If you go and look at specifics of execution and detail, I want to continue to improve upon the identity we are creating in how we play. I want to go out and see these guys in different situations that come up and how they compete and react in those situations.”
Offensive tackle Joe Thomas expects the team to see a bit more of a challenge from the defense as opposed to last week’s contest against the St. Louis Rams. Thomas said on Wednesday that the Rams didn’t show much and didn’t do much as far as pass rushing goes. Expect the Detroit front four linemen to be more aggressive.
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