The Browns listed Josh McCown and Cody Kessler as co-starters at quarterback on the unofficial depth chart they released Tuesday.
McCown returned from a broken collarbone and started last week’s game after a five-game absence. Kessler suffered a concussion Oct. 23 at Cincinnati and wasn’t cleared to play last week. Kessler, a third-round rookie, had been starting since Week Three.
The 0-8 Browns host the Cowboys on Sunday.
The Browns didn’t practice or hold media availability Tuesday. With Kessler having been cleared on Monday, it’s expected that both will practice Wednesday and coach Hue Jackson will address the matter then.
Six different players have taken snaps at quarterback this season. Robert Griffin III started the season opener but has been on injured reserve since due to a shoulder injury. McCown has made two starts and Kessler has started five. Both Kessler and McCown have thrown four touchdown passes; Kessler has thrown just one interception and is completing 67 percent of his passes. McCown has thrown four interceptions and is completing 55 percent of his passes.