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 - Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden will probably not need surgery on his sprained right thumb and could return sooner than expected.
Coach Rob Chudzinski said after practice on Friday that it's "highly unlikely" that the second-year QB will need surgery. Weeden was injured in Sunday's loss at Baltimore. On Thursday, he visited a hand specialist, who confirmed the diagnosis of a sprain and did not find any further damage.
Chudzkinski said the team will re-evaluate Weeden next week and "play it by ear" as to when he plays again.
On Wednesday, Chudzinski named third-stringer Brian Hoyer the starter for Sunday in Minnesota, and said Weeden's job was not guaranteed when he returned.
Weeden seemed surprised to learn his job wasn't safe, and Chudzinski said he has spoken to the 29-year-old about the situation.
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Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden will probably not need surgery on his sprained right thumb and could return sooner than expected.
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden's thumb is only sprained.
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.