01 Nov 2005
Nothing like your rookie first round draft pick lobbying for the starting quarterback to be replaced. WR Braylon Edwards thinks rookie QB Charlie Frye "would bring a little more life, because he's younger" to a Browns offense that can kindly be described as struggling behind Trent Dilfer. Edwards admits to having more chemistry with Frye than Dilfer, and head coach Romeo Crennel hasn't ruled out making the switch. When your team is 2-5, coming off a loss to the Texans, and battling for last place in the division, I don't think this can really be considered a quarterback controversy. (bugmenot/free registration required)
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Guest columnist Jared Cohen's research shows that Philadelphia may not be the only offense that sees an unusually high rate of opposing injuries.