Josh McCown is the newest quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, and fans can expect him to be the starting quarterback.
The 35-year-old McCown was cut last year by the woeful Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he still drew interest from the Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills and New York Jets before signing a three-year deal with the Browns.
"He has a great passion for playing the quarterback position and wants to show he can still be successful in this league," head coach Mike Pettine stated.
McCown has a wide-open shot at the starting job. Brian Hoyer is likely to leave the team in free agency. Johnny Manziel has checked himself into rehab. Connor Shaw only has one game of NFL experience.
In a perfect world, the Browns will draft another quarterback in the middle rounds to compete with Manziel and Shaw for the backup jobs. Then hopefully, one of those three quarterbacks will eventually rise up to take the starting job from McCown.Read more... Join the Conversation...