BEREA,Ohio--The Browns are counting on veteran defensive end Desmond Bryant to play even better than he did in 2015, even though he led the team in sacks with a career-best of six sacks.
"I don't feel like I was disappointed (in my play in 2015), but there is definitely more room for growth," Bryant said. "I think I started off pretty strong and then had a (shoulder) injury early and that limited me for a little while and then after that I didn't do as well, but that's the way the NFL is."
Bryant feels the new Browns off-season training program will help himself, as well as the team to stay on the field.
"This year, I'm working on trying to have a complete season," he said. "We're working as a team more overall, on maintaining our health as a team, with more treatments and programs, which I think will go a long way."
Bryant played in 14 games and finished with 33 tackles and a forced fumble to go along with his sack totals.