Browns won’t play rookie quarterback immediately, coach Hue Jackson says

The Cleveland Browns aren’t drafting a quarterback with the intention of playing him right away, coach Hue Jackson said Wednesday at the NFL scouting combine.

“Would we have to [play him]?” Jackson told reporters. “I would hope not.”

Jackson then mentioned free agency as an opportunity to add a quarterback to go with players already on the roster. That comment points to free agent A.J. McCarron — whom Jackson declined to comment on — and DeShone Kizer, who played in 15 games for the Browns during their winless 2017 season.

The Browns are expected to draft a quarterback with the first overall pick, but Jackson said it is too soon to say who that will be. This week will start to answer a lot of “whys” about the available quarterbacks.

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