Overall Griffin threw the ball better the second day than he did the first. The ball went downfield more, and there were more plays worth noting.
His day was not perfect. There was a dropped shotgun snap and an underthrown deep ball to Corey Coleman streaking down the sideline. Griffin completed a deep throw to a wide open Rannell Hall, but the ball was late and fluttered as Griffin threw while rolling out.
But there were good throws as well, and they seemed more noticeable than the first day's work.
McCown, meanwhile, remains consistent with more good throws than bad.
One player who stood out was Coleman, the Browns' first-round pick. He seems to be picking up routes, he has a powerful build, and he caught the ball well.
On a back-shoulder throw to the sideline, Coleman had to outfight Charles Gaines for the ball, and he did.