The Cleveland Browns concluded Organized Team Activities (OTAs) last week with a number of things to be optimistic about but also a number of legitimate concerns looking toward minicamp this week and training camp which begins late next month.
Team leaders on the defense are praising new coordinator Ray Horton and his aggressive, attacking-style scheme. Major questions still linger, however, about the team's secondary.
New offensive coordinator Norv Turner has displayed fire during OTAs, and hopes are running high that his playcalling and the innovation of head coach Rob Chudzinski will translate into a respectable showing for a young offense.
But can Cleveland really count on so many young players to all take the big strides necessary for the Browns offense to be dynamic and explosive?
Let's take a look at these questions and more as we examine what we've learned so far from OTAs.