Cleveland Browns special teams coordinator Amos Jones spoke to the media at the conclusion of minicamp on Thursday. Here is our reader’s digest on what he had to say:
Excited About Kickoff Changes
We all know the rules to kickoffs were amended a bit this season. First off, they were glad that the NFL kept kickoffs. He thinks the play has evolved to more of an “open grass play” now, which is exciting for them.Return Candidates for Browns
The two main players who Jones talked about as big play threats were SS Jabrill Peppers and WR Antonio Callaway. Veterans have also volunteered to try to get in on the action. Jones also pointed out WR Evan Berry as “a young kickoff return guy who is trying to turn into a punt returner.”
Here is how Jones described Callaway’s skillset as a returner:
“Sticking his foot into the ground and running vertical.


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