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Why the Browns Should Re-sign Brian Hoyer

Love him or hate him, it can’t be denied that Brian Hoyer helped this Browns team win games this season. Since 1999, he is the only QB with a winning record as starter, going 10-6 in his two seasons. He also remained healthy all season, which is a change of play in Cleveland. After going 3-0 in his first three games as a starter for the Browns in the 2013 season, fans hopes naturally...
Via Pro Football Spot
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Top five free agent quarterbacks

It is very difficult to find a capable quarterback in free agency. Generally speaking, the National Football League is a place where good signal-callers get snatched up via the draft and occasionally trade. Men who hit the open market are either washed up or not talented enough in most cases, with the Peyton Manning saga of 2012 being a massive outlier. This year, we see another...
Via This Given Sunday
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Who Will Be Cleveland’s Quarterback in 2015?

Both Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel could both be on the Cleveland Browns roster when the team goes to OTAs in May. But it also conceivable that both could out of the state of Ohio as well.That was the position new Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo told reporters late last week.DeFilippo was noncommittal to the state of the Browns quarterback position, but whatever the...
Via Football Nation
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Can the Browns find a seat on the QB carousel?

The Cleveland Browns don’t have a quarterback firmly atop their depth chart right now. Brian Hoyer is a free agent, Johnny Manziel hasn’t proven worthy, and Connor Shaw projects as a Brian Hoyer sequel at best. Speaking of Brian Hoyer’s free agency, he looks to be one of the most attractive free agent quarterbacks available in a list of names that includes Jake Locker, Matt...
Via Waiting For Next Year
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Brian Hoyer and Cleveland Browns get back to negotiating table

Should he stay or should he go? The Cleveland Browns don’t seem to know. In any case, the team has re-engaged discussions with quarterback Brian Hoyer and his agent Joe Linta about a new contract, per ESPN: Grossi: The #Browns and Hoyer have reengaged conversation, started by the team. Hoyer will have meetings with Farmer Pettine and DeFilippo. — ESPN Cleveland (@ESPNCleveland...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns reach out to Brian Hoyer to discuss new contract

So, about that whole benching thing… The Cleveland Browns, who find themselves in one of the worst quarterback situations in the entire NFL, have reportedly reached out to impending free agent Brian Hoyer in attempt to gauge interest in re-signing with the team. From’s Jeremy Fowler: “We’ve left the door open both ways,” said Linta from this week’s Senior...
Via Waiting For Next Year
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns have reached out to Brian Hoyer about contract extension

Getty Images The Cleveland Browns have reached out to quarterback Brian Hoyer about a contract for the upcoming season reports ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Try figuring that one out. Hoyer won the Browns quarterback job last season during the preseason and then went onto lead the Browns to a 7-4 record in Kyle Shanahan’s offense before the wheels fell off. There was a disconnect between...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer Is Cheering On Ohio State Against Alabama This Evening

Brian Hoyer played college football at Michigan State, but the Cleveland Browns quarterback appears to have adopted Ohio’s team for the College Football Playoff.  The Lakewood, Ohio native will be cheering on Ohio State against Alabama in the Sugar Bowl this evening.  Hoyer really wants Ohio state to win. @OhioStAthletics — Jordan Cameron (@jordancameron...
Via College Spun
January 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Kozmo, Brian Hoyer for one more year, and Royal Blood: While We’re Waiting…

Welcome to the Friday before Christmas my fellow WaitingForNextYear-ians. WFNY’ers. To my Christmas-celebrating folks, congrats, you made it. To my Jewish friends, know that I’m jealous and wish I was at the movies with you next Thursday. When I got to college and a couple of my new Jewish friends let me in on the cliche of getting Chinese food and going to the movies, I was...
Via Waiting For Next Year
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Browns give Hoyer the start against the Colts?

A divided fan base became all that much more divided Sunday as the Cleveland Browns lost miserably to the Buffalo Bills. This week, as the Browns face a must-win game against the Indianapolis Colts, the fans will smell blood regardless of who Mike Pettine chooses to start at quarterback. And to think this is going to happen in a week where the Browns offense really has a chance...
Via Waiting For Next Year
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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