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Report: Browns had no interest in Griffin or Flynn

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Cleveland Browns were not high on Robert Griffin III, as many previously thought.

According to ESPN Cleveland, the team never seemed interested in Griffin. Nor did they ever consider signing free agent Matt Flynn, who eventually signed with the Seattle Seahawks.

The report says Flynn wasn’t looked at because of his undersized body with a “popgun” arm. While Griffin wasn’t looked at, because he was too small and was too eager to show teams how fast he could run instead of how he can help a team.

The Browns are expected to start Brandon Weeden at quarterback this season. They are trying to show their fans that they believe Weeden is the answer over Colt McCoy.

McCoy has not turned out to be the quarterback that the team thought he was going to turn out to be.

Flynn has spent his entire career with the Green Bay Packers, where he has played the past four seasons. He is 1-1 in two starts. Yet, he has appeared in 34 games.

This past season, he went 33 of 49 for 518 passing yards. He also had six touchdowns and two interceptions.

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