11. Deshone Kizer
Deshone Kizer was selected in the second round of the 2017 draft after quarterbacks Mitch Trubisky, Patrick Mahomes, and Deshaun Watson. In addition to Kessler, Kizer also beat out Brock Osweiler and Kevin Hogan and found himself as the starting quarterback week one against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
After a promising start to his rookie season, Kizer finished the year atop the leaderboard in turnovers in the entire league with 22 interceptions to his 11 touchdowns and only managed to complete 53 percent of his attempts. Kizer deserves a little slack though as he was molded by Hue Jackson and was surrounded by a lack of talent.
Incoming GM John Dorsey, in what could go down as one of the most lopsided trades in Browns’ history, swapped the young quarterback in exchange for Damarious Randall from the Green Bay Packers. Kizer is still currently the backup to Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, hoping for another chance to start in the NFL again.
10. Jason Campbell
The Former first-round pick came to Cleveland in 2013 to add to a QB room that already had Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer. After his time in Washington and with the Raiders, Jason Campbell signed as a free agent.
Campbell started eight games in his lone season with the team, throwing 11 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He completed 57% of his passes and finished with a record of 1-7 as a starter.
Campbell then traveled down I-71 for one season with the Bengals. Having a roster spot for only four games, he hung up his cleats and called it a career after the 2014 season.