Since training camp began Aug. 1, coach Eric Mangini has drilled the Browns on the no-huddle every day. QB Derek Anderson said he loves it, because it allows him to get in a rhythm. The Browns will likely get more work on it during Saturday night's preseason opener at Green Bay.
''Today I think I completed almost every ball,'' Anderson said Wednesday. ''Especially if you get against guys like Big Baby [Shaun Rogers] out there, you get him out there running around and you can't get him off the field. You make guys adjust to that and adjust to your tempo. I think it's helped us. It's helped the big guys with their conditioning. It can be a weapon for us.''