Many Browns fans are saying they want anyone but Brandon Weeden at quarterback after his lackluster performance Sunday in Green Bay. Be careful what you wish for because it can get worse.
BEREA, Ohio - Brandon Weeden will be the Browns starting quarterback when the team opens the season on Sept. 9 against the Miami Dolphins
Head coach Rob Chudzinski said he told the second-year quarterback about his decision on Monday.
"Brandon has earned the job. He's gained my complete trust, his teammates complete trust and the organization's complete trust," Chudzinski said.
Chudzinski said Jason Campbell will be the No. 2 quarterback and Brian Hoyer third on the depth chart.
In other news, running back Dion Lewis underwent surgery Tuesday, according to Chudzinski, and could land on the season-ending injured reserve.
A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press the NFL has fined Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh $31,500 for a hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is facing potential discipline from the NFL.
An ad on the popular classifieds website Craigslist is soliciting for a new Cleveland Browns quarterback.
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Brandon Weeden's most vivid recollection of his NFL debut was an embarrassing sack.
A touchdown and extra point from a lead, the Browns were hanging tough with the perennial division powerhouse Ravens. Then a rookie to rookie connection failed and that changed real quickly.