On the eve of training camp, a forgettable streak has ended for the Browns. Their first-round pick, linebacker Kamerion Wimbley, has reportedly agreed to terms and will be in uniform tomorrow when rookies are scheduled to report to camp.
It is the first time since Courtney Brown in 2000 that the Browns have had a first-round draft pick in camp on time. Their previous two first-rounders -- Kellen Winslow Jr. and Braylon Edwards -- had holdouts that lasted for weeks and created tension within the organization.
I'd like to take this as a sign that the Browns are starting to figure out how to run a winning ballclub. Hopefully all the off-the-field drama will start to give way to on-the-field drama in the form of playoff football.
At least we know Wimbley will be on board from Day One.