The Cleveland Browns have not historically had a lot of luck at the quarterback position. It seems as though finding the right leader for their offense is a never-ending struggle. They just signed Jason Campbell, who is said to be in competition for the starting job with Brandon Weeden. Campbell, who has played with the Raiders and Redskins, seems like a longshot for the franchise QB the team is looking for as far as many fans are concerned. The Browns went 5-11 in 2012 under Weeden.
Colt McCoy is another quarterback the Browns drafted not all that long ago, and fans are wondering what’s next for him now that the team has Campbell. Rumor has it that McCoy is on the trading block, but it’s hard to say what the market is like for him He had success as a college player, but not so much in the NFL.
NFL.com reported on Wednesday that McCoy won’t be cut, for now, but a trade is possible. “It sounds like the Browns will exhaust all opportunities to get something in return for McCoy before letting him go,” wrote Gregg Rosenthal.
Here’s how the conversation is looking on Twitter:
— Justin A. Waite (@SirDubblin) March 28, 2013
love colt mccoy only go for browns cause of him
— Ernesto Humphrey (@ErnestoHumphre1) March 28, 2013
Colt McCoy has never been the same since @jharrison9292 blew his ass up. Pretty much the same with the entire cleveland clowns team.
— Mark Scott (@MarkMizzouSteel) March 28, 2013
— Anthony Lima (@AnthonyLimaFAN) March 28, 2013
According to reports the Browns will trade or release Colt McCoy….so long scrub
— Austin Moore (@TheDJAuthentic) March 28, 2013
I want @coltmccoy on the New York Jets!
— jordan lowmark (@jordanlowmark) March 28, 2013
the Browns will try to trade QB Colt McCoy and will release him if they are unable to
— sportsfannoahtv (@sportsfannoahtv) March 28, 2013
If Colt McCoy becomes back up QB to Breesus, that would be cool. But I’m not holding out for it.
— Jackie (@hambergeron) March 28, 2013
No chance I would take Jason Campbell over Colt McCoy.
— Chris Andrews (@andrewssports) March 28, 2013