CLEVELAND — The primary players on the Cleveland Browns' offense opted not to attend the team's voluntary workouts last month.
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But that doesn't mean they weren't working.
As has been the case during the past few offseason, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield hosted private workouts with the team's offensive skill players in his hometown of Austin, Texas. As documented in the first episode of "Just Juice" on Cleveland wide receiver Jarvis Landry's YouTube page, several of the Browns' key offensive players took part in this year's "Camp Mayfield," which was held at Mayfield's alma mater, Lake Travis High School.
In the 21-minute-plus video posted on Tuesday, Cleveland players including Mayfield, Landry, Odell Beckham Jr., Rashard Higgins, Austin Hooper, David Njoku, Donovan Peoples-Jones and Kareem Hunt can be seen going through on-field and weight room workouts in the Lone Star State. The episode also features a look at the players' bonding time, with Mayfield and his wife, Emily, taking his teammates out for a ride on his boat and Beckham taking a ride on a jet ski.
"This season is going to be something special," Landry tells Beckham at one point, as the wide receiver duo discusses Beckham's recovery from a torn ACL that cost him the final nine games of the Browns' 2020 season, as well as Cleveland's two playoff games.
Speaking to reporters at the Browns' mandatory minicamp last month, Mayfield shared what he felt he and his teammates were able to get done during their time together in Austin.
“I think we were able to accomplish everything we needed to," he said. "Where we are right now, I feel good about it. Obviously, there is a ton of work to be had, but that is why it is only June.”