New Browns president Mike Holmgren appears to be leaning toward choosing between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson before the start of training camp.
As a guest on the Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday, Holmgren was asked if both quarterbacks would be with the team come training camp.
“I won’t tell you that right now,” Holmgren said. “They’re both here right now. We’ll see how it goes. I’m not a big believer in that competition stuff.
“We better make up our mind before we go to camp and then put our resources into one guy.”
Quinn, who had a passer rating of 67.2, started nine games for the team before being placed on injured reserve with a foot injury. Anderson got the nod in seven games and had a passer rating of 42.1.
The Browns ended the season on a four-game winning streak to finish 5-11. Cleveland owns the seventh pick in the draft.