The quarterback position in Cleveland has been a moving target for a quarter century. What's another week?
But even if Hoyer lights it up in his second NFL start, he's no more than a patch in Cleveland.
The team will listen to offers for a pair of wide receivers -- Josh Gordon and Greg Little -- and there's already a plan to replace Trent Richardson, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Browns reportedly covet Texans runner Ben Tate, who will become a free agent in 2014 and isn't expected to return to Houston for another spin as Arian Foster's understudy.
Amid this tornado of speculation, Cleveland's existing players roll into Minnesota hoping to salvage something from a season that already looks like a closing door for the Browns.