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Odell Beckham is not taking part in the voluntary
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organized team activities the Browns are holding right now and Jarvis Landry has been sitting out of practices with an injury , which leaves offensive coordinator Todd Monken without two key players as he works to install this year’s offense.Wednesday’s OTA also saw Antonio Callaway sitting out, so Monken had even less on his plate. After the practice, he focused on the need to make the most out of whoever is available on a given day.“You do what you can,” Monken said, via “The most important part is we have a vast majority of our guys here. In terms of your installs, what we’re doing offensively, our calls and our adjustments receiver-wise, it’s obviously a challenge for our quarterbacks in terms of the receiving corps that are out there , but that’s part of the deal. It’s their job to make them right.”Monken found a bright side to the absences by pointing to chances for other wideouts like Damion Ratley and Derrick Willies to make a case for continued roles once the team gets closer to the regular season. Those roles would be small ones in an ideal Browns world, but, as those around Cleveland know well, living in that world isn’t guaranteed. Cleveland will be without a starting strong safety on their roster...for now." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDawgs EDTShareTweetShareShareReport: Browns will waive SS Derrick Kindred todayPhoto by Matthew Stockman/Getty ImagesCleveland Browns players report to Berea for the start of offseason programs. In a move that came out of no where, though, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network is reporting that SS Derrick Kindred is expected to be waived by the team today:In March, we talked about how Kindred’s playing time over the first three years of his contract helped him earn the Player Performance Escalator (PPE) for the 2019 season, which brought his base salary to $2.025 million.When Cleveland traded SS Jabrill Peppers to the New York Giants , Kindred became the starting strong safety by default. It wasn’t a guarantee that he would remain the starter — but at the very least, he has been a good run defender the past several years and figured to be a nice backup. The fact that Cleveland was looking to trade Kindred, and now waive him, would seem to indicate that GM John Dorsey has something up his sleeve at the safety position still, like a veteran free agent he thinks he’ll be able to sign at some point.

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