"We're moving ahead with Brandon," Shurmur said, via Mary Kay-Cabot of The Plain Dealer.
That's great news for the Browns. This season is all about Weeden's development, and he's struggled lately. Missing Sunday's game in Oakland set up a potential scenario where Colt McCoy played well against a lackluster defense, making Weeden look bad in comparison.
Shurmur and Weeden are fighting for their potential jobs for 2013. A winning streak and reduced accuracy problems for Weeden would help a great deal.
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