Friday night, we passed along speculation that Cleveland could be a dark-horse landing spot for Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb, who seems certain to be traded after the lockout ends. The Browns are a connectable dot because G.M. Tom Heckert held a similar role in the Philadelphia front office when Kolb was drafted in 2007.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, however, the Browns won’t be in the mix for Kolb.
Citing a league source, Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer reported Saturday that the Browns “won’t pursue Eagles QB Kevin Kolb.”
The Arizona Cardinals remain Kolb’s likeliest suitor.
At quarterback, the Browns are apparently settled on moving forward with Seneca Wallace behind Colt McCoy.
Jake Delhomme and Jarrett Brown are also on Cleveland’s offseason roster.