Paul Kruger: 'Cleveland Browns have good mentality'

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis with teammates at the Superbowl on February 3, 2013
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Cleveland Browns linebacker Paul Kruger believes that the team have been on the right track during the off-season.

Paul Kruger has said that there has been a "good mentality" during the off-season workouts at the Cleveland Browns.

The linebacker joined the Browns earlier this year after four seasons with divisional rivals the Baltimore Ravens.

The 27-year-old told the team's official website: "I think we're on the right track. The biggest thing I've seen is the effort is off the charts. People are working hard. Everybody's into it. It's just a good mentality right now.

"That'll take you a long ways. All the other stuff will fall into place. When camp starts, you'll know exactly where you're at as far as moving together as a defense or an offense. I think we're giving a lot of effort and preparing well.

"In this next month, it's just a matter of creating a mentality and a culture on the team, and that'll carry you into camp and you won't skip a beat. You get here and you can get right into the important things, instead of worrying about getting in shape and creating a family-type team."

Kruger recorded nine sacks for the Ravens in 2012.

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis with teammates at the Superbowl on February 3, 2013
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