No. 30 – Spergon Wynn
Spergon Wynn holds the infamous title as the worst Browns quarterback since 1999. The sixth-round draft pick in 2000 appeared in seven games for the Browns that season and started just one because of injuries. Right before the season in 2001, Wynn was traded to the Minnesota Vikings where he started two additional games before exiting the league. Wynn’s career finished with a 46 percent completion percentage with one touchdown and seven interceptions.
No. 29 – Ken Dorsey
Ken Dorsey was drafted in the seventh round by the San Francisco 49es. The 49ers would later trade Dorsey to the Browns in 2006. In three seasons Dorsey only started three games but would lose all of them.
His completion percentage was under 50 percent and he would throw zero touchdowns along with seven interceptions in Cleveland. Dorsey was put in a bad situation with injuries to two other starters in 2008, but it was clear quickly he was not meant to be a starter in the NFL.
No. 28 – Kevin Hogan
Kevin Hogan is a tough guy who is difficult not to like. On a terrible Browns team in 2017, Hogan made his only NFL start. The fifth-round pick from Stanford was an unlikely starter in the NFL, but an injury would force him into action. With limited success throwing, Hogan was often forced to running the football where he would take a pounding. After one start and eight appearances for the Browns in 2017, Hogan has not seen any NFL action.
No. 27 – Austin Davis
Austin Davis went 3-5 in 2014 with the St. Louis Rams before being signed by the Browns in 2015. After injuries to the top two quarterbacks that year Davis was forced into two starts, losing both games. Davis was soon after released by the Browns and after a year out of the league wound up with the Seattle Seahawks.
In two losses with the Browns Davis completed 60 percent of his passes with one touchdown and three interceptions. While there was a sign of life from Davis as a passer, the poor roster and dysfunction of the organization were too much to overcome.