After rotating with Colt McCoy running the first-team offense during OTAs, Weeden opened the first full-team mini-camp working with the starters and appears to have a decent leg up in the competition. He's a rookie, but he's also 28. If Weeden can make a smooth transition from Oklahoma State's spread offense, the former minor league pitcher has a much bigger arm than McCoy. Question is, does it matter with the Browns' underwhelming supporting cast? The Browns are looking for more playmaking ability from their passing game, but entering training camp relying on Mohamed Massaquoi and Greg Little as the team's top wideouts doesn't put Weeden in position to be much of a Fantasy factor.