Carr was waived by the Texans just a few hours ago, after several teams, including the Browns, were reportedly interested in acquiring him via a trade. Remember now, I have stated all along that I am completely against the thought of bringing Carr to the Browns, simply because I don't believe he can perform any better than an average quarterback. Some may argue that Frye and Anderson aren't established as "average" quarterbacks yet, but the difference between them and Carr's potential is not substantial enough to take a flier on him. Other fans have claimed that the Browns should sign him as a backup, which really wouldn't make too much sense in my opinion. Carr has a rather populated interest on the market and will require a rather heavy paycheck for a backup.
Before I sign off, here is an article regarding the Browns' involvement with a $1.4 million program to help several Cleveland area schools. And, another note, several members of the Cleveland Browns were shown tonight on WWE's Friday Night Smackdown!