Cleveland rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden received clearance to practice this week and will be on the field Wednesday to prepare for Sunday's game against Oakland, coach Pat Shurmur announced.
Weeden suffered a concussion late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over Pittsburgh when his head hit Browns tackle Joe Thomas' leg while he was being tackled. Colt McCoy finished the game in mop-up duty at quarterback.
"We're moving ahead with Brandon," Shurmur said, according to The Plain Dealer.
Shurmur said Weeden will work with the first team in practice and prepare to start Sunday's game, ESPNCleveland reported, adding that Weeden will be watched during practice and still be required to pass other tests before he gets full medical clearance from doctors.