Browns Reunite With Former Starting QB in Epic Win Against Jaguars


The Return of PJ Walker to the Cleveland Browns Practice Squad

After being waived by the Cleveland Browns on December 9, quarterback PJ Walker has been re-signed to the practice squad, serving as the No. 3 quarterback for the team. This move comes as the Browns activated rookie cornerback Cameron Mitchell from injured reserve, creating an additional spot on the 53-man roster. While Walker saw action in four games this season with a pair of starts, it is unlikely he will see the field again this season. This is due to starter Joe Flacco’s continued role as the starting quarterback and the return of rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson from a concussion that previously kept him from playing.

Browns Not Worried About Joe Flacco Being Poached

Despite Joe Flacco reverting to the Browns’ practice squad and being eligible to sign with another team’s active roster, ESPN insider Adam Schefter reports that Flacco has expressed his desire to remain in Cleveland. The Browns’ coaching staff shares this sentiment, with coach Kevin Stefanski reassuring fans that there is no cause for concern about Flacco leaving for another team. Flacco has already made a significant impact, passing for 565 yards, 5 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions in just two games.

Joe Flacco Has Earned Respect From Browns’ Teammates

Joe Flacco’s arrival has brought stability and confidence to the Browns, with his experience and leadership qualities quickly earning the respect of his teammates. Following the season-ending shoulder injury to Deshaun Watson, Flacco filled the starting quarterback role with poise and effectiveness, reigniting the momentum for the team. This revival has been met with praise from players such as Browns guard Wyatt Teller, who lauded Flacco’s abilities and veteran presence. As the team prepares to face the Chicago Bears, they remain optimistic about the positive impact Flacco will continue to bring.

J.R. DeGroote covers the Cleveland Browns and Los Angeles Lakers for Heavy.com. He covered local and statewide sports as a reporter for West Hawaii Today and has decades of experience in digital media with previous stops at SB Nation and Bleacher Report. He has won multiple state, regional, and national honors for sports reporting and photography. More about J.R. DeGroote


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I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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