BEREA, Ohio (AP) Even though he has been suspended for the first four weeks of the NFL's regular season, Browns general manager Ray Farmer said Friday his approach to building the roster during training camp and the regular season will not change.
"We will prepare the same way and keep the best 53 players," Farmer said after the second practice of training camp. "We will go through and figure out who is available. No decision is made in a vacuum. Coaches and scouts have a say and we talk about what is best for the Browns. It is not just me sitting in a room."
The league announced in March that Farmer would be suspended four games for texting during games, which violates NFL rules on electronic devices.