Weeden’s draft stock appears to be rising enough that he could force a team like the Browns to consider using their #22 overall pick on him.
Pluto mentions that Wallace “obviously doesn’t want to be a backup to McCoy,” but I doubt that’s going to change things for him. Cleveland will almost certainly add another quarterback at some point in the draft, so Wallace could be on the outs if they come away with an early round prospect.
The Browns took him in the sixth-round a few years back, but he’s yet to show much of anything on the field. Wide receiver is another obvious area of need, so if or when the Browns take a wide receiver, Mitchell could end up being the odd man out come training camp.