first_img Related TopicsBrownsRobert Griffin III Matt Loede For new Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III, he’s getting a first hand look at the teams’ practice of just how the Browns look very early into his tenure as the teams’ new starting quarterback.While there’s not much to go by at this point, the quarterback said on Thursday that despite what a lot of the experts think, he feels there’s plenty of talent on this Cleveland roster, and they can make noise in the AFC in 2016.“There’s a lot of talent out there. That’s for sure. It’s really good,” Griffin said in Berea Thursday. “I feel like the offensive line has done a really good job, getting to the ball, getting in and out the huddle, getting the calls. It was really fun to see those big boys run around and then see our defense fly around and get to the ball. The effort and motivation is definitely there.”Griffin doesn’t have to worry about looking over his shoulder at a quarterback taken with the second overall pick in next week’s NFL Draft, as the team moved their second pick to Philadelphia on Wednesday.The former Redskins QB said he wasn’t focused on what was on the Browns draft board anyway, but now it’s clear he’s the teams number one guy when it comes to leading the offense in 2016.“I don’t really worry about it,” Griffin said. “You just focus on what is at hand each and every day, conquering each day and getting better. Learn the language that we are speaking on offense and be able to go out there and execute it.”It was a busy couple of days for the free agent pickup, as he’s been spending plenty of time learning the club’s new offense, and by the time camp rolls around for real, he and the offense need to make sure they are on the same page.“They threw the kitchen sink at us with everything we are doing. They even got into situational football a little bit.” Griffin said.“It was good to see the guys and see what stuck. You throw it all on the board and see what sticks. I don’t think any of us could make an assumption of what our offense is going to be exactly like, but I do think we got in introduction into what coach Hue and (associate head coach-offense) Pep’s (Hamilton) coaching style is going to be and what they emphasize. I think that was really important and we got that out of the three days.”center_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.last_img read more

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first_imgCity have four festive and New Year fixtures to contend with, facing trips to QPR and Aston Villa – both of which are sold out.Home games take place on Boxing Day against Reading and December 30th, live on Sky Sports against the league leaders Wolves.BUY TICKETS ONLINEBRISTOL SPORT STORE HOURSSaturday, Dec 23 – 9am-5pm (QPR away)Sunday, Dec 24 – CLOSEDMonday, Dec 25 – CLOSEDTuesday, Dec 26 – 10am-30 mins after the game (Reading home)Wednesday, Dec 27 – 9am-5pmThursday, Dec 28 – 9am-5pmFriday, Dec 29 – 9am-5pmSaturday, Dec 30 – 10am-30 mins after the game (Wolves home)Sunday, Dec 31 – CLOSEDMonday, Jan 1 – CLOSED (Aston Villa away)Tuesday, Jan 2 – 9am-5pmWednesday, Jan 3 – 9am-5pmSUPPORTER SERVICES HOURSSaturday, Dec 23 – CLOSED (QPR away)Sunday, Dec 24 – CLOSEDMonday, Dec 25 – CLOSEDTuesday, Dec 26 – 11am-3pm, phones 11am-1pm (Reading home)Wednesday, Dec 27 – 9am-5pmThursday, Dec 28 – 9am-5pmFriday, Dec 29 – 9am-5pmSaturday, Dec 30 – 12.30pm-5.30pm, phones 12.30pm-3.30pm (Wolves home)Sunday, Dec 31 – CLOSEDMonday, Jan 1 – CLOSED (Aston Villa away)Tuesday, Jan 2 – 9am-5pmWednesday, Jan 3 – 9am-5pmlast_img read more

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