What’s next for the Cleveland Browns?

With a week to go before the start of training camp, the Cleveland Cavaliers are still in the midst of a rebuilding process and could be on the cusp of something major when the season begins. 

But for now, they’re just taking the next few days to see how they feel. 

So far, they’ve been relatively relaxed about it. 

Cleveland’s first preseason game on Saturday will be the team’s only preseason game against an opponent other than the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, who have been the most recent teams to have a home-and-home against the Cavaliers in Cleveland. 

The Cavs have already been able to see each other twice in person this year, as they faced the Houston Rockets on Aug. 28. 

And that was only the first time the Cavs and Spurs had a meeting. 

While Cleveland has yet to have their first training camp practice on the field, it’s certainly a positive sign for the team, as it means they’re ready to play in front of a mostly empty arena on Saturday. 

That’s a welcome development for fans who are hoping the Cavs will finally put their offseason behind them and start to really get back to work. 

We’re seeing the beginnings of the team really starting to take shape. 

When you look at it from the outside, this is a good sign, and it’s something that should be positive going forward. 

As for the rest of the roster, we’re still not quite ready to make any kind of judgement on who will play or who will be ready to start. 

It will be up to the team to decide how they’re going to start training camp and make the final decisions for those players in the coming weeks. 

On a positive note, we have a great group of guys who are working hard to be better, and that’s what we want to see. 

Our team has a lot of good young players that we want this group to build around, and they’re all coming into their own, so it’s going to be fun to see them go out there and prove to everyone that they belong here. 

What we’ve seen from the Cavaliers, however, is that they are more focused than we would have ever expected from the franchise. 

Their approach has not changed from the previous season. 

They’ve had a few key veterans in James Jones, Kevin Love and Kyle Korver. 

Even with the loss of their most important player in Love, Cleveland still managed to build a roster that will be strong at every position. 

Those guys will help the team in a variety of ways, but they’re the ones that really need to play with a chip on their shoulder. 

You see it all the time in sports. 

With every year that goes by, teams and players get younger and younger. 

At some point, those guys will have to get a little more confident. 

Hopefully, they can show that they can be as strong as we thought they were going to.