“For the next five weeks, I’m a Cleveland Brown. After that, whatever happens is out of my control. I’m excited. This is one of the best teams I’ve ever been on as far as just the group of guys in this locker room, the atmosphere we have going on, the friendships we have and the camaraderie. It’s great. I’m going to enjoy every minute of it as long as I’m here, and then if they tell me to beat it, then we’ll see. Right now, my main focus is the Cleveland Browns and winning this Sunday.”
— On-again, off-again Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, who will start again this week, said on Wednesday to The Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot. Weeden also discussed how boos from fans bothers his teammates more than himself and he quit Twitter because “I don’t need 5-year-old kids telling me how to play the quarterback position.”
On the season, the 30-year-old from Oklahoma State is 117-for-227 (51.5%) for 1,361 yards, six touchdowns and seven interceptions. Most troubling, he’s completed just 42% of passes in opponent’s territory, a troubling trend for the Browns offense. Cleveland takes on 2-9 Jacksonville on Sunday.