The Cleveland Browns have turned down Jeff Garcia’s offer to help fix their quarterback issues.
After the 43-year-old former quarterback told a Best Site For Cheap Jerseys Cleveland radio station earlier this week that he had approached the Browns about a possible comeback, the team informed him that they would be moving on with Brandon Weeden as their starter and Jason Campbell as their No. 2, according to Keith Britton.
Kubiak declined to go into specifics and said he does not discuss team rules. Houston linebacker Brooks Reed said the three players threw away an opportunity.
“I don’t understand why they did it,” Reed Cheap NFL Jerseys USA said, via ESPN. “They had the opportunity of their lives and they just kind of threw it away. I don’t have too much to say about it. It’s really unfortunate. We lost a lot of depth for that game. They were great players and they had a lot of potential. We’re just going to find more guys that are more dedicated to the cause.”
Montgomery is the most notable of the three players. Houston selected the former LSU defensive end in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He began training camp on the non-football injury list and had not been active for a game this season. Jefferson and Wood were both signed as undrafted rookie free agents. Jefferson appeared in six games, while Wood was Houston’s No. 3 running back.
The 3-4 Rams had to be considered longshot playoff contenders before Bradford’s injury. After the injury, the team’s prospects have taken another significant hit. Reports have already tied the organization to Tim Tebow. While that signing may be unlikely, there’s no doubt that the Rams are exploring every option they can at quarterback.