Mayfield focuses on practice center and then kicks off the ball

  • The "Rainbow Mini Training Camp" provides NFL newcomers with three valuable opportunities: Familiar with the team's offensive and defensive tactics, understand the coach's Madden Mobile Account character traits, and obtain the remaining offseason training instructions.

    In addition to these intangible benefits, many players can also make substantial progress on the court during this weekend.

    This year's top pick Baker Mayfield is a good example.

    During the college football career of the former Heisman winner, the "shotgun" was the offensive formation he participated most of the time. This weekend, the Cleveland Browns' first-choice player practiced a large number of center back-to-back kickoffs during the team's rookie training.

    Mayfield told reporters: "We will try to practice this formation until I feel comfortable with it and play well. This is what I should do because I can also play under non-shotgun formations. All Brown The team's people are aware of this. We will do our best to this. We will practice all the places where I need to improve and start my career with this."