Quarterback Brian Hoyer admitted that the Cleveland Browns’ recent events will affect whether he decides to stay or go.
The Cleveland Browns have had somewhat of a tumultuous offseason as quarterback Johnny Manziel has entered rehab for alcohol issues.
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The Browns may also lose a draft pick due to illegal text messages being received on the sideline during games, and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan left the team after just one season.
Free-agent quarterback Brian Hoyer admitted that this series of events will impact his decision on whether he will leave or re-sign with the Browns.
“It obviously will, I think. I’m going to make the best decision possible. To read the stories and see what’s going on, I’m just as interested as you guys are to see where that comes out,” Hoyer said to cleveland.com.
Hoyer was able to temporarily make the Browns a winning team as their starter with a 7-6 record, but he was benched for Manziel toward the end of the season before the Browns lost their last three games.
It remains to be seen whether Hoyer will re-sign with the Browns and win back the starting job or if they decide to move on with Manziel and give him another chance.