Found November 09, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
Browns new CEO Joe Banner acknowledged that he and owner Jimmy Haslam will decide over the rest of the season if Brandon Weeden is the quarterback of the future. ”It’s right to put Brandon on the list of important things we have to figure out and we have seven games left to do that,” Banner said. “It’s an extremely important question for this organization to get right … You can’t win big without a great coach and a great quarterback.” Weeden has proven beyond a shadow of doubt that he has an NFL arm, but his decision-making, accuracy, and pocket presence have been spotty. At 2-7, the Browns will likely have a high enough pick to draft a premium prospect at the position. The Browns will face the Cowboys, Steelers, Raiders, Chiefs, Redskins, Broncos and Steelers to finish off the season. The chances for Weeden do not look good.  He better just hang it up now if that is the case, because they might only win 2 more games.  I don’t know if the CEO is trying to light a fire under Weeden but let’s be honest, that is probably not the smartest thing to do to a rookie who is already under pressure.

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