17. Seneca Wallace
Coming over from Seattle via trade prior to the 2010 season, lifetime backup Seneca Wallace started seven games over a two-year span for the Browns.
Swapping in at the time for both Jake Delhomme and Colt McCoy, Wallace managed a 1-6 record while completing 57 percent of his passes, throwing six touchdowns and four interceptions.
After his time in Cleveland, Wallace went on to play one more year for the Green Bay Packers as a backup to Aaron Rodgers before retiring in 2013.
16. Robert Griffin III
The former No. 2 overall pick in 2012 came to Cleveland in 2016 after multiple knee injuries and a falling out with coaches and management in Washington. As could probably be predicted, RGIII fell victim to a shoulder injury in the first game of the 2016 campaign against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Griffin later returned to action at the end of the season and led the team to their only victory of the year. He started five games in total, throwing two touchdowns and three interceptions. He completed 59 percent of his passes and finished with a 72.5 quarterback rating.
He was cut by the Browns after the season, and after a year out of the league, RGIII now finds himself as the third-string quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
15. Ty Detmer
At the age of 34, Ty Detmer was signed as the backup to Tim Couch in the inaugural season of the return of the Cleveland Browns in 1999 after bouncing from Green Bay, to Philadelphia, to San Francisco. After an injury to Couch, Detmer came in relief and started two games for the Browns in his only season with the team.
In those two starts, Detmer did not manage a win and only completed 51 percent of the passes that he attempted. He did, however, throw four touchdowns compared to only tossing two picks.
After his brief stay in Cleveland, Detmer played two more seasons for the Detroit Lions before retiring after the 2003 campaign.
14. Brandon Weeden
Brandon Weeden was selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft as a 28-year-old rookie out of Oklahoma State after first attempting a career in baseball. His career with the Cleveland Browns was also a short-lived one. He stuck around for only two seasons, was benched for Brian Hoyer, then again for Jason Campbell, and is most memorably known for getting trapped underneath a gigantic American flag.
He started 20 games for the Browns, finishing with a record of 5-15. In two years, Weeden managed to complete only 56 percent of his passes and threw for 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions.
At the age of 35, Weeden is now currently the backup to Deshaun Watson in Houston after another short stint in Dallas.