5:50 AM EDT, Sun May 03, 2015
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Cleveland Browns defend quarterback situation following NFL draft

Cleveland Browns defend quarterback situation following NFL draft

The 2015 NFL draft is history, and the quarterback landscape in the AFC North remains unchanged.The combined regular-season record of Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens and Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals is 218-115. The combined record of Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel, who will compete for the Browns starting job, is 17-34.
Baltimore Sun May 1, 2015

Perriman, Williams give Flacco some new weapons

When a team invests a lot of money in a quarterback like the Ravens did with Joe Flacco nearly two years ago, they are obligated to get him weapons. The Ravens have accomplished that in the first two rounds of the 2015 NFL draft.
News-Herald Apr 14, 2015
Jeff Schudel: If only Cleveland Browns' uniform unveiling featured a franchise quarterback

Jeff Schudel: If only Cleveland Browns' uniform unveiling featured a franchise quarterback

The only problem with the Browns' uniform party April 14 was Andrew Luck wasn't one of the models. Neither was Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers or Joe Flacco.It says something about the football team when nine players displayed the new threads and not one of them was a quarterback.

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