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Hoyer is coming off major knee surgery, but expects to participate on some level in Cleveland's offseason workout program launching April 7, according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.
New coach Mike Pettine said this month that Hoyer last season "flashed brilliance," and he "could be a quality starter in the NFL."
We still expect the Browns to add a quarterback (or two) in the draft, shifting Hoyer into more of a placeholder role for the eventual face of the franchise.