Found June 14, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Team president Mike Holmgren didn't play his cards too close to the vest Thursday when he weighed in on the ongoing competition between quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Brandon Weeden. Weeden, the rookie challenger to the incumbent McCoy, has taken the majority of first-team snaps with the offense at minicamp and third-string quarterback Seneca Wallace has been a distant enough third that he wondered aloud if he was going to be in Cleveland this season. Coach Pat Shurmur said Wednesday he believed keeping all three quarterbacks was still a real possibility. McCoy has implied he might be traded if he's not the starter, but said he's not surrendering to Weeden without a fight. Holmgren, who said in April he wanted Weeden but didn't expect to spend a first-round pick to get him, has been impressed with the 28-year-old former baseball player in offseason workouts. "He's as prepared to come in and start as any rookie as any quarterback I've seen in a long ...
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