Brandon Weeden says he knows he's a "better player than the way I played all year."
"I'm not satisfied with the way I played all year," he said. "So being the competitor that I am, I see a lot of areas of improvement. And I know I have to get better in order for this organization to win games." Weeden's comments come on the same day Trent Richardson said his quarterback struggles to read defenses. No amount of public campaigning will save Weeden from a quarterback competition.