BEREA -- The Browns will start yet another quarterback this Sunday.
It was announced by the Browns on Twitter thathead coach Rob Chudzinski decided third-string Brian Hoyer willstart against the Minnesota Vikings.
The North Olmsted native played at St. Ignatius High School.
Browns fans most recently watched him during the last preseason game in Chicago against the Bears.
Hoyer was most recently with the Arizona Cardinals where he started one game.He also played under Bill Belichick in New England for three seasons.
Chudzinski chose Hoyer over more experienced backup Jason Campbell who has started 71 games.
Last week's starting quarterback Brandon Weedensprained his thumb against the Ravens this past Sunday.
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The Browns currently have a 2-0 record on the season after losing to the Dolphins and Ravens.