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Cleveland Browns
Dean Pees sees bright future for Terrence Brooks after uneven rookie year

A knee injury Sunday cut safety Terrence Brooks’ season short after just 11 games, and defensive coordinator Dean Pees on Thursday kicked himself for trying to fit the first-year safety into too many positions instead of letting him get acclimated to the NFL in just one. “As a rookie, we moved him around a little bit,” defensive coordinator Dean Pees said. “In retrospect, I probably would have gone back and maybe just put him in one place and just left him there, and let him soak. But we tried to kind of teach him a couple different things. I’m not sure that was the best for him. I’ll take the blame for that.” Brooks, the 79th overall pick who...