After watching the film of the scrimmage, the coaching staff must have been satisfied with what they saw out of their No. 1 offense and defense. When the Browns took the practice field Tuesday morning, there were no changes in either first-team unit.
The only lineup change was Kenard Lang's return as the starting left defensive end. Tyrone Rogers worked with the No. 1 defense on Monday while Lang nursed a minor ankle injury. Lang did participate in Monday's scrimmage, but on the second team.
One of the morning's standouts was backup quarterback Kelly Holcomb, who looked particularly sharp during a session-ending Red Zone drill. Holcomb zipped touchdown passes over the middle to Andre King in the back of the end zone and to Aaron Shea at the goal line.
In grabbing one touchdown pass, Johnson demonstrated a nifty push-off move in a battle with cornerback Corey Fuller. After the play, veteran line judge Byron Boston (father of former Ohio State and current Arizona wide receiver David Boston) joked with Johnson that the move was close to being a penalty.
"He didn't throw the flag, though," Johnson said. "It wasn't a penalty ... You have to have technique. For smaller receivers it's something you've got to do. You have to stay within the rules, but you have to do it. (Wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie) does a good job of teaching us what we can and can't get away with."
Fuller admitted Johnson made a good play to clear space and make the catch.
"That's the first one he got on me," said Fuller. "He finally got me."