Ever since Roger Goodell announced the Browns had taken Brandon Weeden in April's draft, life has been a big question mark for Colt McCoy.
Immediately, the talk began, both from people informed and uninformed. The common thought: McCoy was no longer wanted in Cleveland.
The winningest quarterback in UT history spent Saturday running his football camp at Westlake High School where hundreds of kids had the chance to soak-up his knowledge of the game.
Colt says his body feels great and he has no lingering effects from that nasty concussion he suffered last season.
Additionally, he says the Browns are the team that drafted him, and that's where he wants to stay.
As for the idea he'll have to beat-out Weeden for the starting job, he says if that's the case, he's been there and done that before.