Browns rookie quarterback Colt McCoy is adjusting to his new role at the bottom of the depth chart in Cleveland.
And it sounds like he’s not thrilled about it.
“It is hard, especially over the last four years when you’ve taken every
rep and every snap in a game,” McCoy said, per Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “That’s a hard thing to do. I
just have to get used to it.”
Though team president Mike Holmgren has said that McCoy wasn’t drafted to play as a rookie, McCoy continues to hold out hope.
“Some rookies step right in and play. Hats off to them,” McCoy said. “I’m really trying to be the best that I can be in the situation that
I’m in. And when it’s time, it’s time.”
Given that the guys in front of him are Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace, it could be time sooner than anyone realizes.