Brandon Weeden's long weekend will be spent helping his home state recover from devastating tornadoes earlier this week.
The Browns quarterback said Thursday he doesn't yet know exactly what he'll be doing, but he knows he's flying home and has volunteered to lend a hand in and around Moore, Okla., where his wife, Melanie, grew up.
"There's so much devastation," Weeden said. "Just to do my part, I feel like it's the right thing to do, especially when it hits close like that with your wife's family. That's my plan for the weekend."
Melanie Weeden's family lives so close to where the storm touched down that Brandon Weeden spoke about the area in detail following the Browns OTA practice Thursday.
"There's a park, literally, two blocks between my brother-in-law and my mother-in-law, and (local authorities) said, 'If you're at that park, get out of the way,'" Weeden said. "It was destroyed. Once we heard it was destroyed, obviously there's no cell phone service. We couldn't get hold of t...