The Cleveland Browns will not make a move for free agent quarterback Josh Freeman despite a season-ending injury to Brian Hoyer, according to a report.
The Cleveland Browns are not interested in signing free agent quarterback Josh Freeman, according to a report.
The Browns are in the market for a quarterback after Brian Hoyer was ruled out for the season with a torn ACL.
Freeman was recently released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after being replaced as the starter by Mike Glennon and a row with head coach Greg Schiano.
However, despite the former first-round pick's availability, the Browns are not expected to make a move for his services, according to NFL Network.
Brandon Weeden replaced Hoyer following his injury and guided the Browns to victory over the Buffalo Bills.
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