Browns QB Brandon Weeden believes that his age (28) is an advantage.
“My baseball background, what I’ve been through, the adversity I’ve been through, it really prepares me for what I am about to go through,” Weeden said. “I think being 28 years old is an advantage for me. I use it as an advantage because my body is still fresh. I still have a lot of football left in my tank. I never really saw any negatives because I have to answer the question [about my age] all the time. I really see it as a positive, and I think it’s really going to help in the locker room. I think it’s going to help me prepare on a daily basis to become the best player I can become.”