Still, Hoyer recently said that he wants to learn of the league's findings on the matter before moving forward with the Browns. Fowler noted that Hoyer wants to talk with Farmer about the context of those texts -- and whether or not they involved the quarterback -- adding that "it's possible feelings will be hurt."
A meeting between the two makes plenty of sense, as Hoyer will also want to know what the front office plans to do under center. Whether or not NFL teams view Hoyer as a starter, the quarterback has maintained all along that he wants to see meaningful snaps in 2015. The long-lingering void at the position in Cleveland still makes the Browns Hoyer's best chance to start.