Cleveland Browns Offseason Storyline: No Quarterback Controversy

May 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last week's OTAs are in the books and Colt McCoy still isn't the starting the quarterback for the Cleveland Browns.
We should all gather together and sing "Hallelujah!" for this development.
After what seemed like the 10th season in a row where the Browns quarterback situation was "unsettled" to put it mildly, it's nice to see not only a veteran quarterback behind center, but one who performed well, according to reports.
Before anyone stands up and starts screaming, the opening line isn't meant as a knock against McCoy, it's just pointing out McCoy won't be adding an unnecessary layer of drama to the offseason workouts.
If, for whatever reason, McCoy ends up the Browns starting quarterback by the end of the year, everyone should feel confident he got the job either because he earned it, or injuries forced him into the role early.
While the latter situation would be upsetting, at least it wouldn't be because the coaches and front office were waffling over the po...

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