It was an expected move for a Browns team looking to go in a new direction, but McCoy is clearly disappointed how the process was handled.
"I haven't taken any snaps with the first group," McCoy said, via The Plain Dealer. "I thought coming in it would be a competition."
McCoy wouldn't say if he wants a trade, or if the team has approached him about a deal. In the meantime, he'll "continue to approach the job as if I'm the starter."
Weeden steps in after McCoy went 6-15 in parts of two seasons as starter. Weeden said there's no animosity between the two quarterbacks.
McCoy's frustration is understandable as a competitor, but it's not like he didn't get a fair crack at the gig. McCoy didn't have a ton of talent around him, but he also didn't show the ability to make chicken salad out of chicken-you-know-what.