Found February 23, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

Despite the fact that the Browns are looking into the possibly of trading up in this years draft for Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, they’re also interested in Packers back up quarterback Matt Flynn, according to Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Republic.

The Browns will have a budget in place that they’ll stick to when it comes to going after Flynn.

No matter what happens this offseason, it looks like the Browns are determined to replace Colt McCoy as their starter.



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