Cleveland Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur has liked what he has seen from quarterback Colt McCoy during traning camp, and there is a possibility that McCoy will be kept around as the Browns' backup headed into the regular season.
As reported by Darin Gantt of NBC's Pro Football Talk, Shurmur has been pleased with McCoy's performance:
"I think he’s done an outstanding job here in training camp," Shurmur said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I’m very pleased with where he’s at. I gained an even greater appreciation of him, the way he’s competed, the way he’s handled the situation, let’s just call it that. I’m very impressed with how he’s doing.
The former starter McCoy has lost his job to 28-year-old rookie Brandon Weeden. The Browns took Weeden 22nd overall in last April's draft.
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