The Cleveland Browns recently started minicamp and an intense quarterback battle between Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy began.
Cleveland hasn’t had much success with first-round quarterbacks, but Weeden is different than other first-round signal-callers. The former Oklahoma State field general is 28 years old.
Weeden had a big year at Oklahoma State last season, but McCoy has NFL experience and wasn’t terrible in 2011.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have certainly improved their team this offseason and their new look on offense should have them on the right track to a better finish in 2012.
After signing Chad Henne, the team has a quandary at the starting quarterback spot with incumbent starter Blaine Gabbert looking to retain his job.
At running back, Maurice Jones-Drew will return and be a top-flight rusher as usual, but that’s about all that’s a sure thing on offense.
Recently, the Miami Dolphins signed [CITATION] pass-rusher Cameron Wake to a four-year, $49 million deal.
With 42 tackles and eight-and-a-half sacks last season, Wake did regress a bit in terms of production, but he remains one of the best outside linebackers in the league.
After the NFL saw just how much Terrell Suggs meant to the Ravens (following the linebacker’s injury), Miami made sure to lock up their own star pass-rusher.