Browns Don't Have Many Options If They Dump Brandon Weeden

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Browns Don't Have Many Options If They Dump Brandon Weeden
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Last month, shortly after the Browns hired Mike Lombardi as the new vice president player personnel, he told the media that "it's going to take some time to study" quarterback Brandon Weeden, the 29-year-old, 2012 first-round pick who started 15 games for Cleveland as a rookie. Left unsaid, for the time being anyway: Weeden may be one-and-done under the Browns' new management; owner Jimmy Haslam, who took over last August, brought in former Eagles president Joe Banner, who in turn was responsible for adding Lombardi to the front office. One of the first questions Haslam asked then-president Mike Holmgren after becoming owner: "Can Brandon Weeden play?"

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