• Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner says the club will give Brandon Weeden every chance to succeed and a QB at No. 6 'is not the foc

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Feb 23, 2013
    Thankfully, Browns CEO Joe Banner said the obvious that it makes no sense in this draft to pick a quarterback at No. 6, and that the Browns should give Brandon Weeden "the best chance to succeed. Indianapolis Browns CEO Joe Banner revealed Saturday he doesn't expect to draft a quarterback with the No. 6 overall pick, and that the club is prepared to give Brandon Weeden a chance to show just how much he wants the starting job. "It's not the focus of our thinking," Banner said of taking a QB with the team's first pick. Banner made another point that most fans have been saying let's see what Weeden does in an offense designed by coordinator Norv Turner and head coach Rob Chudzinski. The most refreshing thing about Banner Saturday? Like what he's doing or not , he is framing everything in the context of what it takes to build championship teams. The fact that we have cap room, and a number of teams don’t, will help us in a marketplace where the supply versus the available cap room is not on the team’s side for the moment.
    Source: cleveland.com
    • Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner brings a welcome change to Berea: Bud Shaw's Sunday Sports Spin

      Give Joe Banner credit for judging players and coaches on whether they have what it takes to make the Cleveland Browns a championship team.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Banner: 'We'll give Weeden best chance to win'

      INDIANAPOLIS -- Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner said the team will give quarterback Brandon Weeden every chance to win.
    • Banner: Decisions made to win

      INDIANAPOLIS -- Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner said all decisions made by the team will be in an effort to win games.
    • Banner offers some support for Brandon Weeden

      Browns CEO Joe Banner said the team intended to give quarterback Brandon Weeden a chance to win the starting job, and that they weren’t likely to use the sixth overall pick on a passer. Banner told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that takin
  • Terry Pluto's Talkin': About Matt Moore, Brandon Weeden's future, Jason Giambi's swing and Greg Oden

    So maybe the Browns need a new starting quarterback, but the bigger issue is that they need so much more.
    Source: cleveland.com

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