No touchdowns. No sensational plays. No clarity.
Cleveland’s quarterback competition doesn’t seem any closer to a conclusion.
Calling the play of his QBs “spotty” during a scrimmage at FirstEnergy Stadium, Browns coach Hue Jackson said he isn’t ready to name his starting quarterback for the Sept. 11 season opener.
“This thing is still really fluid in my mind,” Jackson said Friday night.
The three-way battle between Cody Kessler, Brock Osweiler and rookie DeShone Kizer — Kevin Hogan doesn’t appear to be in the mix — hasn’t produced a clear leader and Jackson said he’s eager for one of the quarterbacks to separate from the pack.
That just hasn’t happened.
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