BEREA (AP) -- The Browns' muddled quarterback situation has gotten messier.
They have four quarterbacks. No starter.
With Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell both recovering from concussions, and two new quarterbacks on the roster, Browns coach Rob Chudzinski will wait until later this week -- and maybe until game time -- to name his starter for Sunday's game at New England. Chudzinski doesn't know if or when Weeden and Campbell will be medically cleared to practice.
Free agent Caleb Hanie, signed by the Browns on Tuesday, struggled to describe Cleveland's strange dilemma.
"It's a little, I don't know what the word would be for it," said Hanie, who started four games for Chicago in 2011. "It's part of this league. It's a crazy league. One week you're sitting at home eating Thanksgiving with your family and the next week you could be playing for the Browns."
With Campbell out last week, the Browns signed Alex Tanney off Dallas' practice squad.