Browns QB Brandon Weeden threw the ball well during both practices today, but working under center is clearly a work in progress for him. Weeden fumbled two snaps during the afternoon practice.
Weeden spent the majority of the past two seasons playing out of the shotgun at Oklahoma State. Still, he said he’s comfortable with the change.
“I feel really comfortable under center,” Weeden said. “Every center is different. We’ve got [Garth] Gerhart -- he is a lefty. And we’ve got [Jarrod] Shaw -- he is a righty. That is a little bit different, but it’s just a feel thing, a comfort thing. When [starting center Alex] Mack gets here, and I start to take snaps from him, it’s going to be different. It’s getting comfortable. But I’ll be honest, I like being under center more because you can see what’s going on and you get the ball immediately. If I had to pick one of the two, not that I don’t like being in the shotgun, but I like being under center.”