Crennel stresses accountability

Patrick McManamon has written a great article in the Beacon Journal explaining how Romeo Crennel has stressed accountability in training camp. If players perform they will play. Crennel was an important part of the regime in New England that won three Super Bowls, often utilizing unheralded players who earned important roles on the team. He appears to be doing the same with the Browns.He doesn’t coddle high draft picks like Braylon Edwards, and he’s not afraid to call out veterans like L.J. Shelton who screw up with stupid penalties. Yet he does this in a professional, matter-of-fact manner that gets his point across without unnecessary drama. What a breath of fresh air after years of listening to Butch Davis.

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