Browns QB Brandon Weeden may not quite be in an "open" quarterback competition in the truest sense of the word. He enters camp as the starter, and it's his job to lose. But no one I've talked to would be stunned if his spot on the depth chart grows increasingly tenuous. He just may lose it.
Brian Hoyer's intellect and enthusiasm already has impressed the staff; he quickly absorbed Turner's playbook and concepts upon his late arrival to town after his release by the Cardinals.
And journeyman Jason Campbell has enough quality play and big throws in this league that he also poses a real threat to Weeden.
Weeden is ranked 27th among our QBs and likely won't get drafted in your league. He got off to a nice start last year but faded. The good news is this new coaching staff likes to push the ball down field and there is some talent at WR with Josh Gordon and Greg Little.