Watch Pettine, Manziel, Hartline On Scrimmage

The Cleveland Browns visit The Ohio State University tomorrow for their Orange and Brown Scrimmage. In this video, Head Coach Mike Pettine, QB Johnny Manziel and WR, and former Buckeye, Brian Hartline talk about Friday night's event in Columbus.

Tomorrow night the Cleveland Browns travel to Columbus for their Orange and Brown Scrimmage. In the above video HC Mike Pettine, QB Johnny Manziel and former Ohio State Buckeye WR Brian Hartline talk about some of the details of the Scrimmage and excitement going into tomorrow night.

Fans in the Columbus area are excited to get a chance to see the Browns get some good action in tomorrow night. We already know that some of the players, Terrelle Pryor and Dwayne Bowe to name two, will not make the game tomorrow night due to injuries.

That doesn't mean fans will miss exciting football. The Browns bring a ton of young players, including studly Training Camp star Danny Shelton, along with the first chance to see Hartline in a Browns uniform. While the team has dealt with a ton of injuries already in Camp, the depth on the field has been obvious to everyone who is watching.

As Hartline mentioned, the 'Shoe in Columbus will not be opened fully. Logistics for that many people would be very difficult to manage for a Scrimmage. However, we have to believe that, if the Browns were willing and able, over 100,00 fans would pack the seats tomorrow night. Browns fans are passionate and loyal.

For Columbus, this is a chance to show that they could be the host of Browns Training Camps in the future. The team has talked about that as a possibility, with many thinking it could happen as early as next year.

We are excited to see and hear from our loyal OBR readers, and now listeners and watchers as we continue to expand our radio and video presence. Many of the Columbus fans have shown themselves strongly in our Forums and with us on Twitter. We are excited to see and hear from all of you tomorrow night.

Are you going to the Scrimmage in Columbus tomorrow? Either way, what are you most excited to see?

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