Training camp is an exciting time for NFL fans.
For the 31 teams that did not win the Super Bowl, it is time to stop thinking about last year and look ahead to the coming season.
Optimism is high in Cleveland heading into 2010 training camp. The Browns finished the 2009 season on a four game winning streak and they have managed to retain the majority of last year's playmakers. They have also added a load of talent via trade, free agency and in the NFL draft.
The addition of new Team President Mike Holmgren and GM Tom Heckert is expected to help reverse the recent losing trend of the Browns organization, adding a positive attitude, winning culture, and a foundation for the future.
2010 looks to be one of the most important seasons for the Cleveland Browns since the return of the franchise, and it all begins in training camp.
The following is a list of hypothetical situations that everyone may be talking about by the end of training camp.