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Cleveland Browns Cut Backup Quarterback Brock Osweiler

As the NFL teams make their final cuts to get their roster ready for the regular season, the Cleveland Browns have made a notable cut in regards to their quarterback position.

The Browns have cut ties with backup quarterback Brock Osweiler. Osweiler was acquired in the off-season by the Browns in a trade with the Houston Texans that netted them a second-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft as well. In his last two seasons, Osweiler has thrown for 25 touchdowns and thrown 22 interceptions. Obviously, that is nowhere near a good stat line for a starting quarterback and with Osweiler being a throw-in during the Houston trade, he was expendable. The Browns tried to turn him into a starting quarterback while rookie DeShone Kizer grew while watching from the sidelines, but Osweiler did little to impress Hue Jackson and the Cleveland coaching staff.

Osweiler’s sixteen-million dollars due this year will be paid by the Browns, but now he must search for a new team.

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