If the signing of Jason Campbell is potential bad news for Brandon Weeden as the starter in Cleveland, the acquisition appears to be an even worse situation for Colt McCoy.
Per Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns are expected to soon trade or release McCoy, who was their primary starter before Weeden was given the job at the beginning of last season.
But the news isn't all bad for McCoy. If the Browns can't find a taker, or he has trouble landing on another team, he can always do like Vince Young did yesterday and just show up at next year's Texas pro day.
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