The Cleveland Browns and their new coaching staff will open training camp in Wednesday in Berea, Ohio, looking to find a formula to improve on their 5-11 season a year ago.
Developing Brandon Weeden after a solid rookie season in which he threw for 3,385 yards will be one of the main focuses of camp. The team should also have an improved defense, led by free-agent acquisition Paul Kruger, cornerback Joe Haden and first-round draft choice Barkevious Mingo.
But the Browns also have many young, relatively unknown players who will contribute to the team this year. Here is a look at five players who will shine both in camp and preseason games.