4 years ago

The Browns believe fewer three-step drops and sped-up mechanics will reduce Brandon Weeden's number of batted passes this season.

Per Pro Football Focus, Weeden had 21 passes batted down last season, the most in the NFL. The Browns have focused on speeding up Weeden's internal clock this offseason, and are installing more five- and seven-step drops. Standing in at 6-foot-4, there's no reason Weeden should be getting passes batted with such frequency.