The mistakes I made were so small that they’re easy fixes. I work on them every day after practice now. The one, the fumble, when I was trying to dump it down to Jordan [Cameron], regardless of if it was or fumble or if it wasn’t a fumble, I’ve got to get that ball out quicker just knowing where we were on the field, knowing how good Phil [Dawson] is. That’s three points and I feel like I took away three points from this team. I can correct that by getting the ball out just a split second sooner. That’s something you get a feel with as the game goes on. That’s the tough part of only playing 15 snaps because you’re not really getting into the flow of the game. As a quarterback, you like to get into the flow and the rhythm of the game and get going. It’s tough in 15 plays, but that was the one I would really like to have back, just because it took three points off the board.
— Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, Tuesday, discussing his first preseason game in the NFL. Weeden was 3-for-9 with an interception, a fumble and a passer rating of 19.0. The 22nd-overall selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, Weeden is expected to play at least the entire first half of Thursday’s preseason contest against the Green Bay Packers.