On Thursday, Weeden discussed the P-word, and why it doesn't have to be a foreign concept in Cleveland.
"Obviously, you've got to take it one step at a time," Weeden told The Canton Repository, "and our goal is to get in the playoffs ... and once you get in the playoffs try to take it one step forward."
Weeden, who's the favorite to start for the Browns in Week 1, wasn't part of the Cleveland teams that averaged 4.5 wins over the past four seasons. Browns history starts now for him, and Weeden likes what he sees.
"I tell you what," he said, "our football team is really, really good. We've got a lot of great athletes. I'm excited to get going."
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