“We’re looking to improve our team in any areas, by any means of doing that,” said Chudzinski, via Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A report from earlier in the week suggested that the Browns could consider trading Weeden, despite the fact that they spent a first-round pick on him last year. With a regime in place, it makes sense that they would keep all of their options open as the offseason draws closer.
Chudzinski added that he expects to hold a quarterback competition for the starting job during training camp.
It’s doubtful that the Browns would find even a reasonable amount of interest in either Weeden or McCoy at this point, but I guess anything is possible.