Why is Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden backing down on his request to leave the Browns? Just days after the NFL ran a featured article telling the world how sources close to the soon to be 31-year-old quarterback wanted out of Cleveland, Weeden himself is trying to back-peddle.

Why, you wonder? Perhaps it due to the fact that no one with any sense would want to trade anything player of any value for him. Weeden is not mentally tough enough to play NFL football.

He is one of the worst first round picks in Browns history, and teams can watch hours of game film of Weeden making a fool out of himself on the football field.

Weeden regressed during the 2013 season. The Browns hired Norv Turner whose claim to fame in the NFL was making his offenses friendly to his quarterbacks.

Weeden failed miserably trying to adapt to an offense that was built to showcase Weeden’s strengths. After seeing how terrible his performance was during the 2013 NFL season, the Browns bench him and Norv Turner started to make comments about Weeden’s lack of abilities.

Brandon Weeden should have looked before he leaped, with his comments about wanting out of Cleveland. There is no trade value for a guy who is about to turn 31-years-old just weeks after the 2014 NFL season starts.

Weeden talks about just wanting to play football, and win games. He was given every opportunity to play football and win games and proved he is incapable of winning.

His poor decision-making process, not only runs deep on the field, he also makes poor decisions off the field. He should have thought about what he was saying when he was making his demands about wanting out of Cleveland.

The writing has been on the wall, since last season. Weeden is finished in Cleveland and the Cleveland Browns may grant his wish and just release him as soon as they are able to.

Weeden could end up on the outside, looking in to the NFL. Who wants a guy who has no ability to adapt in the NFL? Most Cleveland fans don’t want to see Brandon Weeden in a Browns uniform this season.

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Readers Comments (14)


    LG, I agree with you 100%! Brandon Weeden couldn’t pass gas and hit the back of his britches!

  2. Sophie the Wonder Dog

    I totally agree with you about Weeden. He was a bad draft pick and has performed much worse then I could have imagined. I don’t think he was better than McCoy, a player who would put himself in harms way trying to win. A statement that can not be said about Weeden.

    • LG

      No way was Weeden better than McCoy.

  3. JIM V

    If Weedon stays in a Browns uniform, Such a Cry would come fourth from the Fan Base, Haslam would have to go into hiding!By the way, Where are those guys that were defending Weedon??? Have you Weedon Fans caught on that LG and a lot of others, We knew he wasn’t worth a Damn! Where are the apologies to LG? Stevie Wonder could see he wasn’t NFL talent!

    • LG

      You are right Jim V, no one is defending the bum now.

  4. thegloriousone

    I cracked up when I read that Weeden wanted to be traded.

    Trust me, Brandon, if they could’ve they would’ve.

    Will you settle for being cut?

    • LG

      He probably is going to have to settle.

  5. Jim Kirk

    Yeah agreed Larry but , so wanted him to be the one .
    Oh well , we got Hoyer & the Rook we draft .
    Better days ahead .

    • Paul Avery

      Jim, I would hold off on Hoyer until he has played more than 2 games and spare change. I have a feeling he is heading to the Browns QB scrap heap sooner than you think.

      • JIM V

        Hey Paul I know what your saying, But look what he did in 2 games!we’ll never know what are season might have been if he had not been hurt! My gut says if he isn’t gun shy from his injury. We just have one hell of a good QB. I believe he’s got what it takes to play with the Big Boys! Granted we still need another good draft QB. But dear Lord can we take another RAH-Rah QB from college with all the big numbers to see if he can make it in the NFL right off the bat?

  6. JIM V

    With the changes in Management, things could be different. LG, with your connections. Whose decision was it to start Weedon??? I’m still amazed at that one! My wife knew better than that!

    • LG

      It was Chud and Norv who made that Call Jim V

      • JIM V

        Where do my wife and I apply to scout the college players for the Browns? I’m 68, She 69. We would do it for half of what they pay those Pro”s! LOL

        • LG

          Stop by in Berea maybe they will see you


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