Rob Chudzinski: 'Barkevious Mingo has really improved'

Barkevious Mingo #51 of the Cleveland Browns runs drills during rookie camp at the Cleveland Browns Training facility on May 10, 2013
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Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski says that linebacker Barkevious Mingo has really improved since joining the team earlier this year.

Rob Chudzinski has said that Barkevious Mingo's game has "really improved" since he joined the Cleveland Browns.

The AFC North side used their first-round Draft pick to acquire the linebacker earlier this year.

The head coach told the team's official website: "I think he's really progressed, not just on the field, as a player from that standpoint.

"He's a guy that has tremendous conditioning. I haven't worried about that. He's been getting more and more reps every week. A lot of that is just learning the defense and learning the techniques and getting better.

"He plays with real good leverage. That shows in his strength. He has some natural strength that he plays with that type of leverage. He's really improved. All parts of his game have really improved."

Mingo has made six tackles and two sacks so far this season.

Barkevious Mingo #51 of the Cleveland Browns runs drills during rookie camp at the Cleveland Browns Training facility on May 10, 2013
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