The Cleveland Browns released quarterbacks Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell on Wednesday. The announcements came just 35 minutes apart – first Weeden, then Campbell leaving Brian Hoyer and Alex Tanney as the only 2 quarterbacks left on the roster.
Sage Rosenfels talks about the Browns’ hiring of offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, the importance of the coordinators and the struggles at the quarterback position for the Browns…
Unlike Shurmur, Childress, Chudzinski, or Turner, who are set in their philosophies, Shanahan is not married to any 1 specific system – or style of quarterback.
You can’t win in the NFL if you can’t score. Right now the Browns don’t have anybody that can.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired former Vikings coach Brad Childress, reuniting him with Andy Reid.
Peter Schrager talks about joined Bull & Fox to talk about new Browns coach Rob Chudzinski, the offensive future of the Browns, whether Brandon Weeden will get his chance, the probable additions of Norv Turner and Scott Turner to the coaching staff and more…
Mary Kay Cabot talks about the latest on the Browns’ coach search, Joe Banner and Jimmy Haslam’s goal of locking down Chip Kelly following the interview, the impact that Chip Kelly can have on the Browns’ organization and more…
Oregon coach Chip Kelly is expected to interview with the Browns less than 24 hours after the Ducks face Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl. He’s also reportedly set to interview with the Philadelphia Eagles as well as Buffalo Bills.
Brandon Weeden looks prove he is Cleveland’s quarterback for the future despite being a 29-year-old rookie. A good game Sunday in Denver could shape the opinion of a new front office expected to make sweeping changes following a ninth losing season in 10 years by the Browns (5-9).
Pro Bowl voting update, putting criticism of Brandon Weeden in perspective and the latest injury updates in Daryl Ruiter’s news and notes for Thursday.