After a Sunday with no Browns football, coach Hue Jackson was back in front of the media on Monday, and the biggest topic seemed to be on who is going to throw the football for the team on Sunday against the Bengals.
There’s three players that could potentially play quarterback for the Browns this week – rookie Cody Kessler, veteran Josh McCown, or fell vet and a guy that many want to see take more snaps since he’s only played one game as a Brown thus far – Robert Griffin III.
Griffin is coming back after being hurt in the first game of the season in a loss to the Eagles, and many seem to feel that he’s eventually going to get the nod to start against Jackson’s old team the Bengals and good friend Marvin Lewis.
As far as making that decision, Jackson simply said “too soon” to name a starting quarterback.
Jackson said that he was interested in seeing how all three of the quarterbacks do in practice this week, but one would think that Griffin has the edge simply because the team should want to see what they are paying for and if he’s possibly an answer at center for the team for 2017.