The Cleveland Browns signed Robert Griffin III in free agency, and he became the presumptive starting quarterback when the team later traded out of the No. 2 overall spot in the NFL Draft, but coach Hue Jackson said there is no timetable to announce a starter.
The Browns also have, Josh McCown, who played in eight games last season, on the roster along with Austin Davis, Connor Shaw and rookie Cody Kessler. But Jackson is installing a new offense and wants to evaluate his personnel throughout the offseason program before making any statements about his quarterback depth chart.
"I know everybody wants us to anoint a guy," Jackson told Cleveland.com. "That's not going to happen right this second. I don't think I've had enough time and they haven't had enough time in this system that we run to feel very comfortable yet. Let's go through OTAs. Let's get into training camp and let's see where we are when the real bullets start flying, when guys are going after you trying to take you down. That's when we'll have a better idea about our football team in general."