As the Cleveland Browns quarterback room continues to be revamped, the old guard is being rushed out. After backup Cody Kessler was traded to Jacksonville not too long ago, third-stringer Kevin Hogan is seeking a change of scenery before the 2018 season.
#Browns reserve QB Kevin Hogan has requested and received permission for his agent to seek a trade out of Cleveland, I’m told. Hogan started one game last year, but had his best moments coming off the bench against the #Jets (122.4 passer rating).
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 5, 2018
Hogan appeared in eight games for Cleveland, starting in only one of those contests. In his short time spent out on the field in either a starting or relief role, Hogan has a completion percentage of 59.4%. He’s thrown for 621 yards and four touchdowns while also turning the ball over with seven interceptions.
A former 2016 fifth-round pick out of Stanford for the Kansas City Chiefs, Hogan has played for the Browns in his first two seasons of his NFL career.