BEREA, Ohio - The Browns went back to work Tuesday afternoon as the team conducted the first of three voluntary minicamps.
Of the 19 new acquisitions for the orange helmets, only wide receiver David Nelson, a free agent signed from the Buffalo Bills, was not at practice. He is recovering from ACL surgery.
Jason Campbell worked alongside Brandon Weeden under the watchful eye of offensive coordinator Norv Turner.
The newest member of the Browns, veteran place kicker Shayne Graham, who was signed Monday night, was dressed in a number 7 Browns jersey. He did not kick in the 25 minute portion of practice that was open to the media.
The Browns will run two more voluntary practices Wednesday and Thursday in Berea.
Practice was held in the team's field house because of Tuesday's weather.