Brandon Weeden/Colt McCoy 2012 summary:
Weeden took his lumps in 2012. He had the roughest season of all rookie starting quarterbacks with 17 interceptions, a mediocre 57.4 completion percentage and 5-10 starting record. Outlook:
Weeden’s two biggest supporters in Cleveland — head coach Pat Shurmur and general manager Tom Heckert Jr. — were fired at the end of the 2012 season. Mike Lombardi, who wasn’t a pre-draft fan of Weeden’s, is now heading the personnel department. Expect a Weeden-McCoy competition during training camp, but it wouldn’t be surprising if the Browns used another high draft choice on a quarterback to develop under new offensive coordinator Norv Turner. —Alex Marvez
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