Today's AFC North Required Reading includes a bold prediction from a Ravens tight end, a more realistic goal for a Bengals running back, a Colt McCoy update and the latest injury bothering Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Baltimore...Show More Summary
Colt McCoy has had better offseasons. The Browns used the 22nd pick in April's NFL Draft to take 27-year-old quarterback Brandon Weeden, effectively ending McCoy's stint as the starter, and possibly his time with the team. But there is some good news: Mike Holmgren and Pat Shurmur have been impressed with McCoy early in training camp.
Colt McCoy isn't doing post-practice media interviews at training camp (via ClevelandBrowns.com), but Brandon Weeden is. Browns radio broadcaster Jim Donovan didn't do a Browns one-on-one with Colt McCoy in 2012. He did one with Brandon Weeden. Show More Summary
When the Cleveland Browns used their second first-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft on Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden, the Colt McCoy era (can you even call it that?) officially ended. The Browns have given themselves a new start at the quarterback position. Show More Summary
Colt McCoy or Brandon Weeden: No favours from Cleveland Browns defence in QBs competition – NFL News Cleveland Browns’ defence is said to be fine with receiving throws from any of their quarterbacks, showing no preference or mercy whether...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns made headlines on Tuesday afternoon as team reportedly agreed to terms with their quarterback of the future, Brandon Weeden. The deal is reportedly worth a little more than $8 million, and includes guaranteed money for three seasons and a partial guarantee for the fourth year. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns are working to sign their two 2012 first-round picks, running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden, before training camp begins later this month. Meanwhile, Colt McCoy, the starter on 13 occasions last season, has been reduced to just hoping for an opportunity to compete for a job.
On Wednesday, Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace spoke frankly about the chances that either he or Colt McCoy, the starter for most of 2011, would be on the roster this season: "Probably not." That response is largely due to Cleveland taking Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden with the 22nd pick in April's NFL Draft.
Seneca Wallace said on Wednesday that 'probably not' can he see both himself and Colt McCoy on the Browns roster once the season rolls around.
During a Friday appearance on The Dan Patrick Show, Browns QB McCoy wasn't of the opinion that Steelers LB James Harrison's hit from last December was a cheap shot. No, I dont think so."
The Browns say that they have an open competition at quarterback, between Brandon Weeden, Seneca Wallace and Colt McCoy. But if the competition is so open, why does GM Tom Heckhert "fully expect" Weeden to win it already?
Many Cleveland Browns fans did not like the choice of Brandon Weeden with the 22nd overall choice in the 2012 NFL draft. With that selection, however, the Browns opened up their quarterback position to more competition—and possibly more controversy. Show More Summary
Many Cleveland Browns fans did not like the choice of Brandon Weeden with the 22nd overall choice in the 2012 NFL draft. With that selection, however, the Browns opened up their quarterback position to either more controversy or open competition, possibly both. Show More Summary
Cleveland Browns QB Colt McCoy hangs around without hopes of fair shot at No. 1 spot – NFL News Cleveland Browns’ quarterback, Colt McCoy, is not happy the way the team has handled his presence in the squad since the last quarter ofShow More Summary
The Cleveland Browns may have added an exciting talent through the NFL supplemental draft, but the hits just keep coming this offseason for Colt McCoy. The 6’1” quarterback won 45 games at Texas, which was the all-time NCAA record before Boise State’s Kellen Moore set a higher mark. Show More Summary
For the young Cleveland Browns, strong leadership in the locker room is a necessity. When you think football player and leader in the same sentence, your first thought should be quarterback. Is Colt McCoy that motivating voice in the...Show More Summary
Mike Florio is joined by Toni Grossi of ESPN Cleveland as they take an offseason look at the Browns. The QB controversy between Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy has been the storyline thus far and Grossi fully expects Weeden to be under center week 1.
Colt McCoy wants to finish what he started in Cleveland (is there a half-painted fence we don’t know about?), but he’s not sure he’ll get a fair shot at winning the Browns’ starting job. Asked Friday during a youth football camp the money question about whether he’ll get a chance to earn his money as…
Cleveland Browns incumbent QB Colt McCoy explicitly desires to stay Brown – NFL News Cleveland Browns’ incumbent quarterback, Colt McCoy, has hoped for another chance at the startling line but admits he has little control over things...Show More Summary
QB Colt McCoy wishes for longer stint with Cleveland Browns– NFL News Cleveland Browns’ quarterback, Colt McCoy, says he likes consistency and stability in his career but admitted his helplessness in turning the entire situation in his...Show More Summary