Found April 17, 2013 on Cleveland Sports 360:
The Cleveland Browns started having their mini camps. It was good to see a Cleveland quarterback with a number 17 on his back on the practice field yesterday. Fans have to go way back to recall a guy by the name of Sipe who wore the number 17. The Browns won some football games back then, the team thought they could win each time they took to the field. The team has a new guy in town, he looked hungry during yesterdays workouts. His name is Jason Campbell and he looked right at home taking snaps and throwing the ball down field. This season the Browns are going to let Campbell and Weeden battle it out to see who gets to be the starting quarterback. Campbell has a lot more NFL experience than Weeden. He should have the advantage coming into camp. Weeden is just cocky enough to think he can beat Campbell out for the starting job. What Weeden might not understand yet, is the Browns aren’t promising any players anything at this point in time. The Browns head coach said hs was using thes...
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  • true blood browns fans remember or know about our "kardiac kids". I wonder why Sipe's number has not been retired? he was a good brownie worthy of it.

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