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Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer cites a league source who has informed her that Browns QB Colt McCoy is expecting to either be traded or released soon.
Albert Breer adds that the Browns have no plans to release McCoy as of now, but his source did not rule out a potential trade.
The Browns signed QB Jason Campbell to a two-year contract last night, which is a clear indication that McCoy is no longer part of their plans. Much has already been made about McCoy’s lack of arm strength and how he’s not a good fit in Norv Turner’s offensive scheme.
Cabot adds that Campbell is expected to compete with Brandon Weeden for the Browns starting quarterback job during training camp.
Dating back to last season, the Packers were rumored to be a potential landing spot for McCoy if they were to trade him. There’s a chance Green Bay may still have interest given that Graham Harrell remains their backup quarterback.
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The Browns got busy this off-season with Desmond Bryant and Paul Kruger on reasonably large deals. They followed that up with a few more smaller signings, but it hasn’t come anywhere close to exhausting the space the Browns have available. According to Mike Florio and his cohorts at ProFootballTalk, the Cleveland Browns still have $28.7 million available in cap space.
Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Jason Pinkston reports that the blood clot which prematurely ended his 2012 season has completely cleared up.
Great news today from the doctor blood clot in my right leg Is 100% clear & gone!!
— Jason Pinkston (@JasonPinkstonOL) March 27, 2013
Admitted after days of discomfort in late October following the team’s early-season win over...
Since entering the NFL in 2010 the football field has not been as kind to Colt McCoy as it was in his college days. It doesn't help that that he has been stuck on one of the worst teams in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns, but he was drafted to take them out the doldrums.
With a new owner, head coach, and general manager his chance to do so may soon be coming to an end...
The cost of taking a chance on Jason Campbell is now known. Many outlets have reported that the Browns’ two-year deal with Campbell is worth $3.75 million. According to Sportrac, the deal is for $1.5 million in 2013 and $2.25 million in 2014.
Far be it for me to call millions of dollars a “cheap deal,” but that’s exactly what this is. Campbell’s previous deal with the Chicago...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Redskins, Raiders and Bears quarterback Jason Campbell has signed with the Cleveland Browns. Browns signed former Bears QB Jason Campbell. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 27, 2013 Campbell looked good during his time with the Raiders, but looked uncomfortable during his time with the Bears. That was obviously because of their...
Jason Campbell will apparently compete with Cleveland Browns incumbent starter Brandon Weeden, as a source is telling NFL.com that Campbell signed a two-year deal on Tuesday.
We suppose it's a little better than the New York Jets bringing in David Garrard to compete with Mark Sanchez.
The Browns later confirming the signing.
"Jason is an established leader who has...
The Browns have said they wanted competition at the quarterback position. On Tuesday night they acquired Weeden’s competition-
Browns signed former Bears QB Jason Campbell.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 27, 2013
Campbell is 31 years old and a veteran of three NFL teams. He played in Chicago last season.
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“Jason is an established leader who has started...
If Cleveland’s fanbase needed another reason to believe that the Brandon Weeden era in Cleveland might be coming to an end already, here it is.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported on Tuesday that QB Jason Campbell had signed a two year deal with the Browns, and the report was later confirmed by the team.
New head coach Rob Chudzinski and CEO Joe Banner both praised Campbell in statements...
Brandon Weeden will have to fight off a proven veteran to keep his starting job with the Browns.
Cleveland signed free agent quarterback Jason Campbell to a two-year contract Tuesday night, bringing him in to provide competition for Weeden, who had an uneven rookie season in 2012.
Campbell has started 71 career games for Washington, Oakland and Chicago since being drafted by the...
It appears that Browns ownership will not be the only thing changing for the first time since 1999. Having been broadcast on WMMS 100.7 /FM every Sunday since the team’s return, multiple reports are circulating which state the team will no longer be heard on Clear Channel airwaves.
Tom Reed at The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Browns are entering into a long-term deal...
Other than Joe Haden, the Browns do not have a proven starting cornerback on their roster.