Brian Hoyer is a quarterback. And quarterbacks get a lot of attention -- especially ones set to become free agents.
The Browns signal caller spoke with the media on Saturday at the "Great Big Home and Garden Show" in Cleveland.
With few options for teams on the open market, the 29-year-old's name is likely to be linked to any and all openings this offseason, despite his overwhelming struggles down the stretch that got him benched.
When asked whether he believes he'll get a chance to start in 2015 Hoyer said, "yeah, no doubt," per the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot.
When pressed on whether that could be with the Browns, the quarterback provided the "all options are on the table" response. Hoyer added that his agent has had "very brief" talks with the Browns. General manager Ray Farmer has never sounded committed to offering more than backup money for Hoyer, so it's likely the veteran will be allowed to test the open market before anything comes to fruition in Cleveland.