Former Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden pretty much carries himself the way he did as a rookie last year. He was the Browns’ starting quarterback then. He fully intends to be the Browns’ starting quarterback this season. And, for the record, he was the one taking first-team snaps Tuesday during the first of the team’s organized team activity practices.
All of the recent discussion that Weeden will face stern competition from the much more experienced Jason Campbell doesn’t seem to faze him in the least.
“It hasn’t changed my approach,” Weeden told clevelandbrowns.com “My mindset going into this whole thing was do my part to get better and, ultimately, make this be my football team and be the guy. That’s the way you’ve got to go about it."