Brandon Weeden admits he was "surprised" by the Browns' signing of Brian Hoyer.
"I was surprised, but that's the nature of the beast," Weeden said. "It's part of this business, and if you start worrying about it, that's too much to worry about." Hoyer's addition is an undeniable sign the Browns don't believe they're set at quarterback, but despite GM Mike Lombardi's noted admiration for the former Patriot, he's not a legitimate threat to Weeden. Between Weeden, Hoyer and Jason Campbell, the deck is still stacked in Weeden's favor. Hoyer's addition is worse news for Campbell. They'll battle for No. 2 duties after Weeden "beats out" Campbell.