INDIANAPOLIS -- It appears that Brandon Weeden will get his wish. The Cleveland Browns' first-round pick in 2012 wants a fresh start somewhere other than Cleveland, and though General Manager Ray Farmer didn’t say it outright, he had...Show More Summary
For Browns QB Brandon Weeden it's pretty simple: 'I just want to play football and be at a place where it's enjoyable and we can compete and win games. That's really what it's all about.'
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden didn’t exactly confirm or deny the report that he wants out of Cleveland, instead saying today that he just wants to play football somewhere. “I want to play football,” Weeden told the Oklahoman. “I don’t care. I just want to play football and be at a place where it’s enjoyable and…
On Tuesday, the Cleveland Browns fired CEO Joe Banner and general manager Michael Lombardi after one season with the team. Later that day, Michael Silver of the NFL Network reported that Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, selected in...Show More Summary
Brandon Weeden reportedly wants to be traded away from the Browns.
Let the old man bidding war commence!
Since quarterback Brandon Weeden was drafted in the first round of the 2012 draft by the Browns, the team has had three head coaches, three offensive coordinators and three general managers. Weeden would like to make it four in each column, but not by waiting a year to see if the Browns decide to shake…
The fact that Brandon Weeden wants to abandon your sinking ship may be the final insult. On the same day that Joe Banner and Mike Lombardi were removed as Cleveland Browns CEO and general manager, respectively, per The Plain Dealer's...Show More Summary
Given the turmoil surrounding one of the most unstable organizations in sports, it makes sense that maligned quarterback Brandon Weeden reportedly desires to be traded away from the Cleveland Browns. The 2012 No. 22 overall pick hasn't...Show More Summary
Part 2 of my quarterback rankings is here. This segment will break down quarterbacks 24 to 17. Here's a recap of quarterbacks 32-25. 32. Matt Schaub and Case Keenum 31. Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden 30. Chad Henne 29. Geno Smith 28. Show More Summary
This story keeps getting stranger.
Is it as creative as the Trent Richardson alteration? No, but it's still solid. The fact that this dude bought a Brandon Weeden jersey in the first place is heartbreaking, though. Read more...
The Browns will be short a running back because of a concussion, but the good news (I guess) is that they get a quarterback back. According to Mate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, the Browns have ruled out running back Willis McGahee for Sunday’s game against the Bears, along with left guard John Greco…
With Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden both battling concussions last week, the Browns signed Caleb Hanie to serve as a possible quarterback for their game against the Patriots. Campbell got cleared by doctors and made the start in the 27-26 lead and it appears Weeden is also doing better because the Browns announced that they…
In a quarterback class ballyhooed as one of the best of all time, Robert Griffin III stood out above his 2012 classmates Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill—oh, and Brandon Weeden—en route to winning Rookie of the Year. But...Show More Summary
Is the Brandon Weeden burger for you? It is if you want your burger toppings picked off in front you.
The quarterback carousel in Cleveland continues. Due to more injuries, the Browns have signed Caleb Hanie. They've also brought in Alex Tanney. All this while Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell are both recovering from concussions. Earlier in the season, Cleveland lost Brian Hoyer to an ACL tear. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns have started three different quarterbacks this season and this Sunday against the New England Patriots, the team might start their fourth. Brian Hoyer has been lost for the season and Brandon Weeden along with Jason Campbell have not been medically cleared to return to practice. Both quarterbacks are suffering concussion symptoms. If […]
Yesterday, the Cleveland Browns may have lost to the red hot Jacksonville Jaguars—winners of three of their last four games—but it wasn’t because QB Brandon Weeden and receiver Josh Gordon didn’t bring their A games. Weeden threw for 370 yards, three touchdowns, and a passer rating of 94.8. Gordon, meanwhile, had an absolutely historic day. […]
‘Tis the season.