Thursday, July 30, 2020 5:57 PM EST
By TOM WITHERS, AP
CLEVELAND (AP) — Kevin Stefanski looked out the window and saw football players. That's all the new Browns coach can ask for with his first training camp in Cleveland altered by the coronavirus pandemic. Stefanski said he's preaching patience to his players as they begin to prepare for a season that still isn't certain. The Browns have had two players opt out and they've placed three others on the NFL's COVID-19 reserve list. Stefanski wouldn't speculate if others would choose not to play. He's also lecutured his players on making good decisions while they are away from the team's facility.