With limited summer camp work and no preseason games, both Kevin Stefanski and Ron Rivera admit there is plenty they still don’t know about their teams.

Both will get another data point when Stefanski’s Browns host the Washington Football Team on Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.

The Browns (1-1) shook off a dreadful opener and took steps forward with a 35-30 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 17. Stefanski, Cleveland’s first-year coach, saw his offense rack up 434 yards behind running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, who combined for 210 rushing yards.

“I think it’s baby steps,” Stefanski said. “I just go back to: It is September, we need to build on it, and it has to be a constant growth type of thing, offensively speaking.”

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