ORLANDO, Fla. -- Mike Pettine hasn't closed the door on adding a collection of quarterbacks to challenge Brian Hoyer for Cleveland's starting job under center.
Cleveland plans to work out the draft's top-rated signal-callers, including Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater, and Pettine didn't rule out using the fourth overall pick on a quarterback if the team fell in love. He also expressed confidence that the Browns could find a competent starter later in the draft.
» We listed the Browns as a possible landing spot for the released Mark Sanchez and Pettine called the former Jet "a player we'll discuss." The two spent years together in Florham Park, and Pettine cited their "great relationship." Still, if Cleveland plans to draft two quarterbacks and keep Brian Hoyer around, there won't be much room for Sanchez.