Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden’s Contract Could Be the End for Colt McCoy

July 25, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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.
Weeden's contract was said to be the most difficult out of all the Browns rookies as reports surfaced that the two sides were stuck on negotiations since sometime in late May. Browns fans and the front office were beginning to wonder if Cleveland would have the former Oklahoma State star in training camp later this week. However, now that contractual issues are aside, Cleveland's faithful can turn their attention to a different type of quarterback conundrum.
Head coach Pat Shurmur stated in recent interviews that he would like to announce his starting quarterback for the 2012 season "sooner rather than later." That means that the front office has either decided on the starter for th...

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