The Cleveland Browns are battling with quarterback uncertainty and could help alleviate it with a trade for Washington Commanders veteran Jacoby Brissett.
The Browns started PJ Walker against the Seattle Seahawks, and his three turnovers cost them a 24-20 loss.
Walker fumbled and threw two interceptions, one of which was returned for a score by the Seahawks with two minutes remaining.
It's evident that the Browns need to improve their quarterback depth, especially given the uncertainty surrounding Deshaun Watson's health.
Brissett makes a lot of sense given that he hasn't played for the Commanders this season and is familiar with the Browns' system.
Brissett made 11 starts for the Browns last season, filling in for Watson, who was suspended for breaching the NFL's personal conduct policy.
Brissett's starts with the Browns were 4-7, but quarterback surpassed expectations, passing for 2,608 yards, 12 touchdowns, and six interceptions.
Brissett was listed as a possible trade target for the Browns by Bleacher Report ahead of the trade deadline.