BEREA, Ohio -- Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden sat down and watched the replay of Cleveland's loss earlier this season to Baltimore.
He skipped the part where he threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown.
With the Browns trailing 16-10 on Sept. 27, Weeden's pass was picked off by Baltimore cornerback Cary Williams, who ran it back 63 yards for a TD. It was a fatal mistake for Weeden, who said he's learned from the pick.
After throwing four interceptions in his NFL debut, Weeden has thrown only one in the past three weeks and the Browns have gone 2-1.
Weeden says the Browns have grown since the first time they faced the Ravens and Cleveland's young team is hoping to show how much it has improved when it hosts Baltimore this Sunday.
The Associated Press