In Browns rumors today, the Cleveland Browns could possibly draft two quarterbacks in May's NFL Draft in order to create a ready-made quarterback competition.
So says Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com who believes it is not out of the realm of possibility that the Cleveland Browns will dedicate a couple picks to the quarterback position: "It’s possible the Browns would select two quarterbacks in this draft. Teams have done that before. I don’t think a team has ever taken three quarterbacks in a draft, however."
Grossi also answered questions over the Cleveland Browns possibly drafting former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and a possible Manziel vs. Brian Hoyer competition for the starting job:A Hoyer vs. Manziel competition would be a fascinating dynamic. Both have chips on their shoulders – Hoyer striving to prove himself again and regain his starting job, and Manziel determined to prove that he’s not just a college phenom."
"Hoyer would win a competition, in my opinion, because of his experience and familiarity with his team and the league. Manziel would be wise to soak up everything Hoyer does, much like Hoyer did with Tom Brady for three years with New England. The team is ready to win, so ultimately the quarterback who plays has to win."
In the end, the Cleveland Browns have many options in the 2014 NFL Draft. However, don't be shocked if the quarterback position becomes the focal point of their efforts.