Update: Despite the additions of two quarterbacks in the offseason, Weeden has "no competition for the starting job", according to Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com. Grossi went on to say he's seen "nobody but Weeden playing with the first team" and he "has looked exceptional now in the last three team practices open to media".
Recommendation: While this is all certainly great news for Weeden's prospects of leading the Browns this season, it shouldn't be viewed as a ringing endorsement quite yet. Weeden's play last season earned him the right to get the first crack at the job as neither Jason Campbell nor Brian Hoyer brings the cache to immediately supplant him, or even steal his first-team reps. He'll have to play his way out of the gig in real preseason action for any move to be made, and that isn't a very likely outcome.