Will one of the quarterbacks selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft end up being a bust? History says yes.
Can Tony Romo, who turns 34 next week, return to form after December back surgery?
Mike Holmgren says that when it comes to the draft, if you need quarterback "you've got to take one." Counterpoint: Brandon Weeden.
Eli Manning was one of the NFL's worst QBs last season, and according to a report, some in the front office wonder if, at 33, he's in decline.
Brandon Weeden admits that things didn't work out in Cleveland and he's happy to be in Dalls where he'll back up Tony Romo.
The Browns are in the market for their next franchise quarterback and wide receiver Josh Gordon wouldn't be surprsied if the team targeted one in the 2014 NFL Draft.
It appears as though the options are wide open for the Browns to take a quarterback or two in this year's draft.
Now that Matt Schaub has been named the starter in Oakland, Terrelle Pryor reportedly wants out.
Brandon Weeden wasn't out of work long. The 2012 Browns first-round pick agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Cowboys.
Former Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden might not be out of work for long.

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