The Browns finally got rid of a backup quarterback today. But Colt McCoy remains on the roster. It was Seneca Wallace who got released Friday. That means McCoy will enter the season, after an offseason full of trade rumors, as Cleveland's No. 2 quarterback behind Brandon Weeden.
Tight end Evan Moore was also released on Friday. He landed on some radars in deep fantasy leagues last year, especially after scoring a touchdown in each of the first two games. He didn't score again until week 13 and topped 40 yards just once all season. The Browns' starting tight end will be Ben Watson with Jordan Cameron backing him up.
Needless to say, you shouldn't be investing in the Cleveland Browns' tight end situation. The only Browns receiver I'm even remotely interested in is Greg Little. Other than him you can ignore this passing "attack."