Still the Browns have an upcoming problem on their hands. They drafted Johnny Manziel and his salary could push Hoyer out of Cleveland. Set to become a free agent at the end of the season the Browns and Hoyer have not really had contract talks, possibility because neither team side is sure where to start.
Do the Browns pay up for Hoyer? Does Hoyer believe he will remain the starter in Cleveland?
“I don’t think I need to say more than I’m from Cleveland and this is where I want to be, but I also am a competitor, so I want to be somewhere where I’m playing,” Hoyer said via ESPN Cleveland.
On the season Hoyer has completed 60.4-percent of his passes for 1,224 yards to go with seven touchdowns and an interception for a 99.5 quarterback rating.