When the Cleveland Browns drafted Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden on Thursday night with the No. 22 overall pick, Colt McCoy became expendable. After starting for the Browns for parts of the last two seasons, McCoy could be heading off to Green Bay to become Aaron Rodgers' backup. According to Packer Report's Bill Huber, the Packers could be sending some combination of their sixth-round pick and four seventh-round picks to Cleveland in exchange for McCoy.
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