(CLEVELAND) -- Reports have surfaced that the Cleveland Browns do not expect to trade quarterback Colt McCoy despite drafting Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday.
ESPN and NFL Insider Adam Schefter was the first to report the latest surrounding McCoy's future with the Browns. According to a source with the team, there are no plans to move McCoy right now.
If things stay put, the 28-year-old Weeden and McCoy could find themselves in a competition come the start of training camp. Both team general manager Tom Heckert and head coach Pat Shurmur spoke highly of Weeden after drafting him and it seems that they would not want to sit him too long considering his age and what round they took him in the NFL Draft.
According to ESPN, Shurmur spoke with McCoy and mentioned the former Texas quarterback is doing fine.
McCoy, 25, is 6-15 as the Browns starter over parts of the last two seasons.
Weeden was taken No. 22 overall in the NFL Draft.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace, 31, is still with the Browns too and despite being a backup quarterback for most of his nine-year career, at the end of last season he voiced his feelings about not getting a fair opportunity to be the team's starter.
- Nick Camino