Jabrill Peppers admitted near the end of the season he was “frustrated” at not making more of an impact as a returner. He hopes to do more in his second season, and new Browns special teams coach Amos Jones expects that to happen.
“The biggest thing with him . . . is taking that first year and the lessons you learned,” Jones said, via Andrew Gribble
of the team website. “His college tape was obviously good. The other thing is he is a downhill runner. If you get the ball in his hands, he…