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The official announcement from head coach Rob Chudzinski came today. Brandon Weeden will be the starting quarterback.
Chudzinski said of Weeden, “He’s gone out and earned it. He’s responded very well.”
Brandon Weeden has thrown for 229 yards and three touchdowns in two preseason games. He has completed 72% of his passes and has not had an interception.
Weeden started 15 games last season as a rookie. He completed 297 of 517 passes for 3,385 yards with 14 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He was the first Browns rookie QB to ever start on opening day.
Coach Chudzinski confirmed that Jason Campbell will be the second string quarterback and Brian Hoyer will be the third. All three quarterbacks have performed well in the preseason.
Weeden was informed of the decision yesterday.
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We certainly don’t spend a lot of time talking about fantasy football here at WFNY, but I found this ESPN post (insider) about undervalued QBs to be pretty interesting. Brandon Weeden comes in at number seven on their list behind RG3, Ryan Tannehill and Alex Smith among others. The post goes on to compare Weeden’s value to that of AFC North counterpart Andy Dalton.
As expected, Brandon Weeden has won the starting job for the Cleveland Browns. But not only is the second-year quarterback being viewed as the No. 1 signal caller on the depth chart. Some are thinking he could be in store for a breakout sophomore season. The reason for that? Weeden has been killing it this preseason. He has completed 72 percent of his 25 passes for 9.2 yards...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Brandon Weeden has been named the Browns' starting quarterback.
Coach Rob Chudzinski announced his decision on Monday, ending weeks of speculation about whether Weeden would start the season opener against Miami on Sept. 8. Chudzinski said Weeden has earned the job with a strong offseason, training camp and preseason. Weeden started 15 games as a rookie last...
The Browns have named Brandon Weeden their starting quarterback as expected.
The Browns insisted on calling their quarterback spot a competition even saying last week the battle was "close." Coach Rob Chudzinski admitted Tuesday that was just to see how Weeden would react to being pushed by Jason Campbell. And by all accounts Weeden passed the test with flying colors. Through...
The new leadership of the Browns made it clear that if Brandon Weeden wanted to retain the starting quarterback job he would need to do everything in his power to prove himself worthy.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski eliminated any sliver of doubt that Weeden accomplished the mission naming him the starting quarterback Tuesday morning during a news conference.
“Brandon has earned...
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden has finally been named the starter by coach Rob Chudzinski. It was never much of a contest between Weeden and Jason Campbell.Fantasy Spin:Weeden went 18-of-25 for 229 yards and three touchdown in the preseason. The Browns offense should be improved if they can a) keep Trent Richardson healthy, b) get the most out of Greg Little and Josh Gordon and...
Cleveland Browns’ offensive coordinator Norv Turner spoke with the media Sunday afternoon, and most of the questions were about second year quarterback Brandon Weeden. Turner is excited by what he has seen out of the Oklahoma State quarterback.
“I’m excited about what Brandon’s been able to do. The thing that we’ve spent a lot of time working on is trying to find out the...
Offensive coordinator Norv Turner spoke with the media before Sunday's practice and covered a variety of topics. However, the No. 1 topic of conversation was Brandon Weeden.
"Jason (Campbell) has played a high enough level to say that it is close," Turner said when asked if much of a battle truly existed between Weeden and Campbell. "How you phrase it I dont think...
Brandon Weeden has been named the Browns' starting
I’m not really sure what took so long. Weeden gives them the best opportunity to win. The #Browns name Brandon Weeden their starting QB. What took so long? — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 20, 2013
It's that time of year when starting quarterback tryout results are revealed in camps where we almost all know who the starting quarterback is going to be anyways.
Well, that is unless you are talking about the Seattle Seahawks' camp last season. But other than that odd but genius situation, predicting the starting quarterback for most teams is pretty straightforward....