The Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans have reportedly expressed interest in signing Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer if he leaves in free agency.
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Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has enjoyed himself a solid season while leading his team to a 6-3 start, and the Browns are in contention to possibly win the AFC North.
All four AFC North teams have a winning record, and Hoyer has responded well to a quarterback controversy and continues to hold off rookie Johnny Manziel.
However, Hoyer may not be in the Browns’ long-term plans since Manziel was drafted in the first round. Hoyer is set to become a free agent this offseason, and the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans are reportedly interested in signing him if he leaves Cleveland.
Here is a tweet from Pro Football Talk reporting on Hoyer’s status as a free agent if he leaves.
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Report: Texans, Titans likely among teams which will pursue Brian Hoyer if he gets to free agency http://t.co/ukqMdglUHy
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 16, 2014