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Even though Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden has taken every snap with the first-team offense throughout camp, coach Rob Chudzinski said he's not ready to name a starting quarterback and called the competition a tight race. "I think it's still close and we're finding out every game, and these games are important opportunities for guys to show what they can do," Chudzinski said.SOURCE: Akron Beacon-Journal (Ohio.com)Fantasy Spin:Weeden went 10-of-13 for 112 yards and a touchdown in the preseason opener against the Rams last week. There's virtually no chance he won't be under center Week 1, regardless of what Chudzinski says to keep his players motivated.
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Browns coach Rob Chudzinski isn't ready to name his starting quarterback for the regular season.
Chudzinski continued to put pressure on Brandon Weeden - Cleveland's presumed starter - by saying Tuesday that he hadn't yet decided on who will be behind center against Miami on Sept. 8. Chudzinski also said the competition between Weeden and veteran backup Jason Campbell...
Before training camp began, defensive coordinator Ray Horton was talking to the media about his defensive scheme and specific players therein. He answered questions about rookie draft pick Barkevious Mingo and free agent acquisition Paul Kruger. He discussed established veterans like Joe Haden and D’Qwell Jackson. He talked about being pleased with Jabaal Sheard’s progress in...
Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski is still playing coy as week 1 of the 2013 season gets closer and closer. Brandon Weeden has been the guy at training camp, taking all the reps with the first team. He recently came off a good showing against the Rams in preseason action, but coach Chud isn't budging, and says the so-called quarterback competition in training camp...
The big news on the last day of training camp open to the public was when Rob Chudzinski told reporters that running back Trent Richardson will play “a couple of series” in the preseason game Thursday against the Lions.
The starters will play into the second quarter, possibly the whole first half depending on the number of series and flow of the game. Last week against the Rams...
Good news: CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco predicts that the Cleveland Browns will win their home opener against the Miami Dolphins, representing the first time the Browns will have done so since 2004. The bad news: Prisco predicts the Browns to win just three more games over the course of the 2013 regular season, finishing 4-12 under new head coach Rob Chudzinski.
Prisco picks the Browns...
According to a Akron Beacon Journal report, Browns running back Trent Richardson (shin) says he is 100 percent healthy.Fantasy Spin:Richardson missed the first preseason game and is questionable for the second. However, he's expected to be ready for Week 1. T-Rich has been banged up often since entering the NFL, but he made it through 15 games as a rookie and is a lock for 300...
Cleveland Browns running back, Trent Richardson, will see
his first action of the 2013 football season when he makes his debut this
Thursday against the Detroit Lions.
Sidelined with an ailing shin this preseason, Richardson
recently stated he is ready to play.
It looks like he will get his wish.
Hanzus of NFL.com reports the Browns will play Richardson “a couple of...
Through a couple weeks of training camp and a preseason game to boot......these don't look like your Cleveland Browns.