"When the time is right, trust me, you guys will be the first to know," Jackson said as Cleveland wrapped OTAs.
Jackson in May hinted that he might see enough from Robert Griffin III to make his decision by the end of this week, but Jackson on Wednesday talked about making "the right choice, not just the fast choice," which makes plenty of sense. Griffin needs to blow coaches away before he's handed the job. After all, the former Redskins quarterback hasn't won a football game since December of 2014.
Jackson sees promise, though, saying of Griffin, per The Plain Dealer: "He's made tremendous strides. He's getting better every day. See glimpses of him being extremely good."
No matter who starts in Cleveland, we're likely to see more than one quarterback play in 2016. That's been the case for the Browns every year since 2001, a streak that needs to end for this team to finally see better days.