Found February 18, 2013 on Cleveland Sports 360:
By now we all know Mr. Brandon Weeden didn’t take his rookie season in the NFL all that seriously. It showed on the field and when he addressed the media.  Weeden didn’t spend the required time studying the play book or watching game film. We all head him say he found it boring and would put him to sleep. Now with a new coaching staff including a real offensive coordinator who will actually be able to call offensive play, the Browns will once again install a new offense. With that being said I wonder who will feel more pressure once training camp starts, Weeden or his wife. She actually was reported to understand the Browns offense better in 2012 than Weeden did. It was her that tutored the Browns 29-year-old rookie quarterback to get him to learn the plays he knew. With new offense coming to Cleveland, we shall see if Weeden does a better job learning the plays this year. That is if the Browns keep the soon to be 30-year-old quarterback.
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  • really? He is a 29 year old rookie and didnt put the work in? If that is true he doesnt deserve a spot on an NFL roster.

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