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The Cleveland Browns added Brian Hoyer to their quarter back competition this week and last years starter admitted he was a little surprised by the move.
“I was surprised, but that’s the nature of the beast,” Weeden said via CBS Sports. “It’s part of this business, and if you start worrying about it, that’s too much to worry about.”
The Browns signed Hoyer, 27, after the Cardinals cut him in lieu of paying a salary in excess of $2 million. Browns GM Mike Lombardi was a supporter of Hoyer during the quarterbacks time with New England.
In all likelihood Hoyer is a bigger threat to Jason Campbell on the depth chart.
Last season Hoyer made one start for the Cardinals and appeared in another game as a backup. He finished the season 30-of-56 with 330 yards passing, one touchdown and two interceptions.
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Brian Hoyer was signed by the Browns next week and details of his two-year deal are starting to surface. See, unlike depth-chart speculation, this is actually news regarding Brian Hoyer and the Browns.
Brian Hoyer’s 2-year deal w/the Browns is worth $1.965M. $250k of his $715k ’13 base salary is GTD. There’s a ’14 base salary escalator.
— Joel Corry (@corryjoel) May 20...
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson is unlikely to face criminal charges stemming from a mid-December incident which occurred at his home following the team’s win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Morning Journal reports that the lawsuit agains Richardson has been transferred from Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court to Lorain County Common Pleas Court, and that there...
The Cleveland Browns are changing again, and in that regard Jason Campbell already feels at home.
Campbell comes to the Browns with plenty of stamps on his NFL passport, eight seasons of experience -- and absolutely no guarantee of anything when it comes to a role in his new stop. He operated the second-team offense last week as the Browns started their organized team activity practices...
Not good news for Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden. If he's going to remain the team's starter, he apparently better start impressing quick if we're to read anything into Steve Doerschuk of The Canton Repository's comments.
"Campbell's clearly bigger than Brandon Weeden. He made (third-string passer) Thaddeus Lewis look like a shrimp," Doerschuk...
The Browns have one of the worst quarterback situations in the NFL. Brandon Weeden did nothing last year to prove that he was "the man" moving forward, and Jason Campbell could be a stop-gap quarterback at best.
Weeden said Friday, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, that he was surprised that the Browns added quarterback Brian Hoyer to the mix.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden should start to feel the walls closing in on him, paranoid behavior is warranted after the week he had.
Jason Campbell, his main competition has looked good at offseason training activities, while Weeden has struggled.
If that's not enough to deal with, GM Mike Lombardi signs former New England Patriots backup Brian Hoyer who...
Cleveland Browns starting quarterback Brandon Weeden must fill like he’s under attack at this point. Similar to Josh Freeman of Tampa Bay, Weeden was selected by the Browns previous regime.
That selection for the almost 30-year-old Weeden just so happened to have been last years 2012 NFL Draft. Now the Browns have a new regime, and it seems they are not feeling Weeden.
The Cleveland Browns signed QB Brian Hoyer this past week to a two year contract, which brings the number of QBs in camp to four. They are building up there QB stable in an effort to push Brandon Weeden to bigger and better things in 2013. What follows is a capsule look at each player.
Contestant number one is Brandon Weeden, last year's starter. Weeden, who...
Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland reports that the New York Jets “really wanted” to sign QB Brian Hoyer once he became available and before he ultimately joined the Browns.
With David Garrard surprising retirement announcement, the Jets had an obvious need at quarterback and still do.
The Browns would ultimately sign Hoyer to a two-year deal that included some guaranteed money...
Scott and I spent a lot of time talking Tribe today. We also touched on Brian Hoyer and whether we should be talking about it or not and also the Chuck Klosterman controversy with the Cleveland Browns.
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