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Team will start OTAs on Tuesday - but no word yet on whether or not the wide receiver will participate."Our long national nightmare is over as Odell Beckham Jr. has returned to Cleveland.Well Jarvis Landry Jersey , technically, he returned to team headquarters in Berea on Monday. Befitting a team built for the social media age, Beckham was spotted in the locker room at the team’s facility during a live Instagram video posted by wide receiver Antonio Callaway.It is the first time that Beckham has been spotted at team HQ since his introductory press conference on April 1. That absence during the early stages of the offseason workout programs have caused a fair amount of agita for some, but it is also a part of the modern NFL, where players can skip the voluntary portion of the workouts. The Browns are back for the start of Organized Team Activities, a series of 10 practices over a three-week period where players go against each other in drills without pads or contact. The first OTA session runs Tuesday through Thursday of this week, with Wednesday’s session being open to the media. If Beckham is not spotted on the field that day, the panic meter in some corners of Browns Town will ratchet up even higher. Of course, this week’s OTA sessions, as well as the ones that will take place May 21-23 and May 28-31 are all voluntary, per the league’s collective bargaining agreement with the players’ union. So if Beckham does not want to workout with the team Myles Garrett Jersey , their continues to be nothing that general manager John Dorsey or head coach Freddie Kitchens can do about it.After OTAs come to a completion, the Browns will hold a mandatory minicamp from June 4 through June 6. Beckham will most certainly be there for the final team activities before the start of training camp later in the summer. 37,686 fans pack FirstEnergy Stadium for the scrimmage." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Cleveland Browns Training Camp Recap: Day 9 - Orange & Brown ScrimmageTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailErik Drost on FlickrThe Orange & Brown Scrimmage was jam packed (for a scrimmage) on Saturday, as fans got to show off their excitement for their 2019 Cleveland Browns. Can you believe that we are less than a week away from the first preseason game?Cleveland Browns Training Camp Report - Day 9 (8/3/19)1. Welcome to FirstEnergy Stadium! As previously announced by head coach Freddie Kitchens, Saturday’s practice at the stadium would be structured like a regular training camp practice. Gone are the days when there used to be separate “Orange” vs. “Brown” teams, competing to score against each other.2. Kareem Hunt Cleared: RB Kareem Hunt was cleared to return from the non-football injury list, and was dressed in full pads. From the sound of things, he didn’t really take part in any team drills today, but he should be worked in very soon. Here is the laundry list of players who did not practice did to them healing up:3. Strong Work by Strong: I apologize for the corniness of that. WR Jaelen Strong had himself a good start to practice in tracking down long passes from QB Baker Mayfield. This first one was in 1-on-1 drills against CB Lenzy Pipkins. He made a diving out route catch a little bit later.Then, during 11-on-11 drills, Mayfield scrambled to his right and found Strong streaking down the field. Had S Eric Murray turned around Jim Brown Jersey White , he may have made a play on it, but Strong kept his concentration:4. Kicker Update: Kicking in FirstEnergy Stadium is different than kicking at training camp, so this was a new test for Greg Joseph and Austin Seibert. However, the competition can be summarized by “different day, same results.” Joseph was 5-of-5 on his scripted field goals, while Seibert was just 3-of-5, missing both left and right of the goalposts.Later in practice, during 11-on-11 drills, QB Baker Mayfield got the first-team offense in range for a 51-yard field goal, and Joseph drilled it with room to spare. When QB David Blough got the team in range for a 38-yard field goal to end practice, Seibert did make that one:5. Mack Wilson Continues to Shine: A day after showing off his athleticism with a pick six Bernie Kosar Jersey White , rookie LB Mack Wilson was at it again, batting down and also intercepting a pass from QB Drew Stanton. The pick came in 7-on-7 drills.6. Lots of This from Beckham: We’ve read about how WR Odell Beckham is a terror on slant routes, and guess how QB Baker Mayfield’s first throw of the day in 11-on-11 drills went? Think about the versatility of the Browns’ offense, and trying to contain this:7. Hollywood Higgins: Going up against LB Sione Takitaki, it’s hard to see the route run from this video clip, but QB Drew Stanton connected with WR Rashard Higgins for a 4-yard touchdown pass. 8. Two-Minute Touchdown: In the two-minute drills, QB Baker Mayfield found TE Pharaoh Brown for a 20-yard “game-winning” touchdown pass. Brown is getting significant work in due to injuries at tight end, and he’s taking advantage of the reps.9. Autographs from the Stars: QB Baker Mayfield and GM John Dorsey made the rounds to sign autographs after practice. Here are the clips, courtesy of Daryl Ruiter of 92.3 the Fan.10. Mass Attendance for a Scrimmage: It sounded like the whole lower bowl was filled for the scrimmage, which had an entry fee of $5. The Browns announced after practice that 37,686 fans had paid admission to get in. The net proceeds benefit the Cleveland Browns Foundation’s Get 2 School Jarvis Landry Jersey White , Stay in the Game! Network – a statewide initiative working towards student success by making school attendance a priority for all communities. Additionally, all of the Browns’ net proceeds from sales at the training camp Pro Shop will benefit the Foundation, matching the process for transactions at FirstEnergy Stadium’s Pro Shop.11. Brownies: For some reason, WR Greg Little was on the sideline (as a non-football player). ... WR Jarvis Landry couldn’t haul in a catchable fourth down pass late in practice. ... TE David Njoku was on a pitch count today, but caught a nice high pass in the end zone. ... WR Derrick Willies was worked in for some first-team reps. ... K Phil Dawson addressed fans prior to the start of the scrimmage. ... OL Drew Forbes did well in one-on-one blocking drills. ... OL Eric Kush was next up as the first-team right guard. ... Oh no, no puppy pound today!12. Next Up: The Browns are off on Sunday, and will be back in Berea on Monday. Practice starts a tad later at 10:30 AM and will run to 1:00 PM.