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|Oct. 30 10:40 AM PT11:40 AM MT12:40 PM CT1:40 PM ET17:40 GMT1:40 AM 北京时间10:40 AM MST12:40 PM EST11:40 AM CT21:40 UAE13:40 ET15:40 - Speaking to reporters for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury, Hoyer, who led the Browns to two straight wins before getting hurt, said he plans to get back on the field sooner than expected. Hoyer tore his right anterior cruciate ligament on Oct. 3 against Buffalo.
Analysis: It was a devastating injury for the career backup who grew up in Cleveland and was living out his dream of playing for his hometown team. Hoyer said the normal recovery time on the injury is six to eight months, but he's shooting to be recovered on the "lower end" of that timetable.
|Oct. 4 8:20 AM PT9:20 AM MT10:20 AM CT11:20 AM ET15:20 GMT11:20 PM 北京时间8:20 AM MST10:20 AM EST10:20 AM CT19:20 UAE11:20 ET14:20 - Hoyer had the operation on Friday at the Cleveland Clinic to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament. A team spokesman said the surgery went well and that the 28-year-old Hoyer is expected to make a full recovery.
Analysis: Hoyer led the Browns to two wins after replacing injured starter Brandon Weeden. Hoyer got hurt when he slid awkwardly at the end of a scramble on Oct. 3 against Buffalo. A Cleveland-area native who grew up cheering for the Browns, Hoyer signed a two-year contract with the team in May. Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said he hopes Hoyer can re-join the team for workouts next spring.
|Sep. 30 8:54 AM PT9:54 AM MT10:54 AM CT11:54 AM ET15:54 GMT11:54 PM 北京时间8:54 AM MST10:54 AM EST10:54 AM CT19:54 UAE11:54 ET14:54 - Browns coach Rob Chudzinski ended any mystery about his quarterback situation by saying that Brian Hoyer will start Thursday's game against Buffalo.
Analysis: Hoyer has gone 2-0 since replacing injured starter Brandon Weeden, who sprained his thumb in Week 2. Chudzinski said Monday that Weeden is healthy and been cleared to play, but he's going to stick with Hoyer, who led the Browns to a 17-6 win over Cincinnati on Sunday in his third NFL start.
|Sep. 25 7:21 AM PT8:21 AM MT9:21 AM CT10:21 AM ET14:21 GMT10:21 PM 北京时间7:21 AM MST9:21 AM EST9:21 AM CT18:21 UAE10:21 ET13:21 - Hoyer will make his second straight start this week against Cincinnati. Filling in for an injured Brandon Weeden, Hoyer led the Browns to a 31-27 win on Sunday at Minnesota.
Analysis: Coach Rob Chudzinski will play him again because Weeden has not completely recovered from a sprained right thumb. Chudzinski expects Weeden will throw this week and he'll evaluate the quarterback situation on a "week to week basis."
|Sep. 23 12:33 PM PT1:33 PM MT2:33 PM CT3:33 PM ET19:33 GMT3:33 AM 北京时间12:33 PM MST2:33 PM EST2:33 PM CT23:33 UAE15:33 ET18:33 - Hoyer completed 30 of 54 passes for 321 yards with three touchdowns in a 31-27 win over Minnesota on Sunday.
Analysis: Hoyer was sacked three times and threw three interceptions. But for the most part, this was a promising performance for the journeyman.
|Sep. 18 6:52 AM PT7:52 AM MT8:52 AM CT9:52 AM ET13:52 GMT9:52 PM 北京时间6:52 AM MST8:52 AM EST8:52 AM CT17:52 UAE9:52 ET12:52 - Hoyer will start Sunday against Minnesota in place of Brandon Weeden, who sprained his right thumb last week. Cleveland surprisingly decided to go with Hoyer over more experienced backup Jason Campbell.
Analysis: Hoyer made one start with the Cardinals after spending the three previous seasons in New England as Tom Brady's backup. Hoyer was third on the Browns' depth chart all summer and inactive in Cleveland's first two regular-season games. He started the exhibition finale after Campbell fell ill before the game in Chicago. Hoyer completed 24 of 35 passes for 307 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions.
|May 17 1:32 PM PT2:32 PM MT3:32 PM CT4:32 PM ET20:32 GMT4:32 AM 北京时间1:32 PM MST3:32 PM EST3:32 PM CT0:32 UAE (+1)16:32 ET19:32 - The Browns have signed Hoyer to a two-year contract, adding more veteran depth to a troublesome position. Hoyer, who starred at a Cleveland area high school, finalized his deal Friday after agreeing to terms with the Browns one day earlier. Hoyer was released earlier this week by Arizona.
Analysis: Hoyer will compete for a backup job with the Browns, who expect Brandon Weeden to beat out Jason Campbell to be the starter. Hoyer was signed by New England as an undrafted free agent in 2009 and spent three seasons backing up Tom Brady.
|May 16 5:29 PM PT6:29 PM MT7:29 PM CT8:29 PM ET0:29 GMT8:29 AM 北京时间5:29 PM MST7:29 PM EST7:29 PM CT4:29 UAE (+1)20:29 ET23:29 - The Browns have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with former Arizona quarterback Brian Hoyer.
Analysis: Hoyer, cut earlier this week by the Cardinals, is expected to compete for a backup job behind either Brandon Weeden or Jason Campbell. The Browns also have third-stringer Thaddeus Lewis on their roster.
|Apr. 1 5:26 PM PT6:26 PM MT7:26 PM CT8:26 PM ET0:26 GMT8:26 AM 北京时间5:26 PM MST7:26 PM EST7:26 PM CT4:26 UAE (+1)20:26 ET23:26 - Hoyer has signed his tender offer from the Cards.
Analysis: Hoyer spent last season with the Steelers and Cards.
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