Cleveland Browns: Brian Hoyer Expected To Be Back, But Why?
Despite hiring a head coach earlier in the week, the Cleveland Browns are still very much so a wide-open franchise. And Cleveland will continue to be a hot mess until it can find some stability at quarterback. Thankfully, the Browns have the fourth-overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, and the organization is likely to take a big risk on a quarterback with the selection.
In fact, the name Johnny Manziel has one the lips of many Cleveland fans as the Heisman Trophy winner is seemingly a lock to get drafted somewhere in the top 10. Now with that being said, a report came out the Browns camp on Saturday that is rather troubling if you ask me. Apparently, Cleveland is expected to pay Brian Hoyer‘s $250,000 roster bonus this offseason, which would make him a definite candidate to serve as the team’s starter.
Talk about a strange move. Sure, Hoyer was decent before tearing his ACL in October, but is the lifelong back-up really worth $1.25 million? Now, this kind of report makes you wonder just what the Browns are planning to do under center. They can’t possibly start the season with Hoyer calling the shots — can they? Well, let’s hope not because the folks in the “Dawg Pound” deserve more than a journeyman quarterback.
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Four Cincinnati Bengals related Fantasy Football names for your team
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Four mugshots worse than former Houston Texans DT Brandon Ivory
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Four important offseason signings made by the Pittsburgh Steelers
The only thing usually happening at this point in the offseason, are timely arrests. However, this is also the perfect time to look back on the current rosters of teams and start aligning depth charts, while looking at exactly what they got from offseason moves. The Steelers, not the most active team in free agency, still made some vital moves, some of which included re-signging their own guys. With training camp four weeks away, let’s take a look at four of the guys the Steelers will be taking with them to Saint Vincent College. Read More
Top 10 in 2015: The NFL’s third-tier defensive tackles
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