The Browns will go into the 2018 NFL season with their 29th starting quarterback in 20 years. For now, given coach Hue Jackson has said it at least three times, Tyrod Taylor is likely to start in Week 1 over Baker Mayfield, the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
If so, Cleveland finally will go into a season without being clueless at the most important position.
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Boehringer lobbied the Vikings for a chance, and they spent the sixth-round pick on him, then signed him to a four-year deal worth $2.49 million. He became one of the big stories of the preseason.
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But Boehringer struggled in camp and didn’t make the roster. After spending a year on the Vikings’ practice squad, the team waived him in September 2017.
Boehringer, who says he’d never seen an American football game until age 17 when he watched some Adrian Peterson highlights on YouTube, is still only 24. Maybe he can make an impression in Bengals camp and make the team. He’s listed on the roster now as a tight end, which might help.
Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ voice blasts off the walls of the indoor facility, relaying signals during a team drill. Ward, wearing a white No. 12 jersey, has been down this road before. Williams’ volume is not all that different than that of former Ohio State defensive backs coach Kerry Coombs, who is now with the Titans.
Ward takes the high-energy direction but plays with an even flow. He’s the latest model from Ohio State’s Cornerback U assembly line. Bradley Roby (2014), Eli Apple (2015), Gareon Conley (2016) and Marshon Lattimore (2016) all were first-round picks before him.