It is widely assumed that the Browns will be drafting a quarterback next week, likely with one of their first-rounders.
But the incumbent got a chance to show himself today, in hopes of keeping his job beyond next weekend.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, quarterback Brian Hoyer was taking snaps and doing drills when the Browns opened a minicamp Tuesday.
Hoyer tore his right ACL last October, but was able to show reporters (during their 15 minutes of access) that he was moving well for a guy six months out of surgery.
The Browns also brought free agents Vince Young and Tyelr Thigpen into camp on a tryout basis, and trick-shot artist Alex Tanney was also there.
Hoyer was better than acceptable during his short stint healthy with the Browns last year, and he at least gives them a quality backup, if they find their next quarterback of the future in the first round.