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Brian Hoyer out with a concussion vs. Jets

T.J. Yates will get the start in Week 11. With Brian Hoyer still in the league's concussion protocol, T.J. Yates will make his first NFL start since 2012 when the Houston Texans take on the New York in Week 11. Brandon Weeden will serve as the backup after the Texans claimed him on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Brian Hoyer Couldn't Remember The Plays After Suffering A Concussion

5 days agoSports : Deadspin

The Houston Chronicle reports that Brian Hoyer will not play on Sunday vs. the Jets, with T.J. Yates starting and newly signed Brandon Weeden backing up. Hoyer has yet to pass the tests to get out of the NFL’s concussion protocol, after a scary reaction to what looked at the time like a workaday hit. Read more...

Never fear, Texas football fans, Brandon Weeden is here to stay

Well, Brandon Weeden didn't have to travel far. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, released Tuesday to pave way for Tony Romo's return, drove 250 miles south on I-45 to sign with the Houston Texans a day later. The Lone Star State can breathe easy. Source: the Texans have claimed QB Brandon Weeden. Show More Summary

Brandon Weeden to Texans: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Houston Texans reportedly claimed quarterback Brandon Weeden off waivers on Wednesday, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Adam Schefter of ESPN confirmed the move. Weeden was waived by the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday to make room for Tony Romo, who has returned from a broken collarbone. The Texans were in need of depth at the quarterback position. Show More Summary

Texans claim Brandon Weeden the day after Cowboys release him

Houston's starting quarterback Brian Hoyer is expected to be inactive this week with a concussion. The Houston Texans aren't done collecting quarterbacks. The Texans picked up Brandon Weeden off the waiver wire Wednesday, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Show More Summary

Texans claim Weeden, maybe so Colts couldn’t

Brandon Weeden wasn’t unemployed for long, and the uncertain quarterback situation in Houston means the Texans need Weeden to report for work immediately. The Texans claimed Weeden off waivers Wednesday. The Texans are on a short-week situation and lost starting quarterback Brian Hoyer to a concussion during their win Monday night in Cincinnati. Weeden, waived…

Tony Romo is back, but it's probably too late for the Cowboys

Finally, Dallas gets a decent quarterback, but will that be enough to save their season? ROMO'S RETURN: Tony Romo is back in action this week. The Cowboys dumped Brandon Weeden to make room on the roster. Romo still believes that the...Show More Summary

N.F.L. Roundup: Cowboys Waive Brandon Weeden as Tony Romo Nears Return

Romo, the starter, has missed seven weeks with a broken collarbone, and Dallas has gone 0-7 with Weeden and Matt Cassel under center in his place.

Cowboys release Brandon Weeden, paving way for Tony Romo's return

It doesn't come as a shock, but considering Brandon Weeden served as the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys at one point this season, his release warrants some mention. The Cowboys parted with Weeden to make room for All-Pro...Show More Summary

Cowboys part ways with Christine Michael

Brandon Weeden isn’t the only player who became a former member of the Cowboys on Tuesday. The team has decided to drop running back Christine Michael from the roster. Michael, like all players cut from teams at this point in the season, will be subject to waivers and will become a free agent if he…

Will Colts claim Weeden on waivers?

With Brandon Weeden, a first-round pick in 2012, released on Tuesday by the Cowboys, the next question is whether another team will give him a gig. The easy answer is “hell no!” But consider this: (1) the Colts currently employ Charlie Whitehurst; (2) Colts offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski was the head coach of the Browns…

Brandon Weeden Is Officially Worthless

Following his release from the Dallas Cowboys, Brandon Weeden is officially worthless

Brandon Weeden cut by Cowboys to make room for Tony Romo

Not that there was any doubt about Tony Romo’s status for Sunday, but the Dallas Cowboys made it all but official Tuesday, releasing quarterback Brandon Weeden. Activating Romo, who has been out since Week 2 with a broken collarbone, would mean that the team would need to release one of its quarterbacks and the Cowboys […]

Cowboys release Brandon Weeden to make room for Tony Romo

Romo is set to start this week in Miami. With Tony Romo set to come off injured reserve this week the Dallas Cowboys have released quarterback Brandon Weeden, the team announced on Tuesday. Weeden, who was drafted by the Browns No. 22 overall in 2012, was signed to a two-year deal by the Cowboys in March 2014. Show More Summary

Brandon Weeden Released by Cowboys: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Brandon Weeden failed to adequately fill in for Tony Romo as the Dallas Cowboys' starting quarterback, leading America's Team to release the former first-round draft pick Tuesday. David Helman reported the news for the Cowboys' official website. Show More Summary

Cowboys release Weeden, make room for Romo

The Cowboys have waived quarterback Brandon Weeden, team announced Tuesday. The move clears a roster spot for Tony Romo to be activated and is obviously tied to Tony Romo’s health. The Cowboys have lost seven straight and haven’t won since Week 2, when Romo was injured. They were 0-3 with Weeden starting. Matt Cassel replaced…

Kellen Moore Waived by Cowboys: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Matt Cassel and Brandon Weeden experiments haven't worked out for the Dallas Cowboys, but that didn't stop the team from waiving former Boise State standout Kellen Moore on Tuesday, according to's Adam Schefter. Moore was promoted to the Cowboys' active roster on Sept. Show More Summary

Cowboys release quarterback Kellen Moore

The Cowboys have gotten this far with Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel, and apparently don’t think they’ll be needing a third quarterback any time soon. According to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys have released Kellen Moore. Moore was signed to their practice squad after the Lions cut him, reuniting him with…

‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin Thinks He Should Be Tony Romo’s Backup (Video)

The Dallas Cowboys have suffered five straight losses since losing Tony Romo to a broken left clavicle.  Over the course of those five games, Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel have combined for just 989 passing yards (197.8 per game), two touchdowns, and five interceptions while backing up Romo. That’s bad.  Really bad.  Kind of makes you wonder whether the […]

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