ESPN Cleveland reports the Jets "really wanted" QB Brian Hoyer before he signed with the Browns.
ESPN Cleveland "wouldn’t rule out" Brian Hoyer winning the Browns' backup quarterback job.
Browns GM and former NFL Network analyst Mike Lombardi called Brian Hoyer a "starter" in December 2011.
Browns signed QB Brian Hoyer, formerly of the Cardinals, to a two-year contract.
Cardinals waived QB Brian Hoyer.
A source tells the Cleveland Plain-Dealer that the Browns are not interested in Brian Hoyer.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals are shopping QB Brian Hoyer, and he mentions the Browns as a possible trade partner.
The Sideline View's Adam Caplan wonders if Brian Hoyer could be an option in Tampa Bay following the Bucs' release of Dan Orlovsky on Thursday.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals have been shopping backup QB Brian Hoyer "for weeks."
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the Steelers "really wanted" to re-sign Brian Hoyer.
Cardinals re-signed restricted free agent QB Brian Hoyer to a one-year, $2.023 million contract.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski calls Brian Hoyer "a guy who could surprise as a QB solution in 2013."
Cardinals tendered restricted free agent Brian Hoyer at the second-round level.
The Cardinals are considering tendering restricted free agent QB Brian Hoyer at the second-round level.