Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is "free and clear" and "100 percent" ready for training camp after undergoing surgery to have a core muscle injury repaired on Jan. 21.
"He's looking really good," Stefanski said of three-time Pro Bowler Beckham during a Zoom video conference with Browns media on Thursday.
Stefanski was upbeat about the progress made by five-time Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry, who changed his mind and elected to get hip surgery on Feb. 4.
"Jarvis, to his credit, he's looking great, some of the videos I've seen of him moving around," Stefanski said as the Browns wrapped up their 10-week virtual offseason program.
As for how the receivers will be used in training camp, Stefanski said, "We'll make sure we ramp both of them up appropriately."
Rookies, quarterbacks and injured players are scheduled to report to camp on July 24, Stefanski said, with veterans reporting on July 28. Those dates could be subject to change due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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