The Cleveland Browns have named Trent Dilfer their starting quarterback, in a move that is very surprising after the team began to develop Charlie Frye last year. Browns' head coach Romeo Crennel believes that the Browns have made enough offensive and defensive additions in the offseason to the point where Dilfer can now succeed at his position.
- PFC Wire News
Dilfer had a very average season last year, but apparently Crennel believes he did very well under the conditions he played in. Braylon Edwards was not seeing a lot of playing time with Dilfer, and he did not have a veteran receiver like Joe Jurevicius to rely on. Also, Dilfer will have Kellen Winslow Jr. at the tight end position as well as a Pro Bowl center to help protect blitzes from the middle. Dilfer often had fumble problems last year, which will hopefully be fixed by the team's editions to the offensive line.
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