7. Brandon Weeden

In 2012, Weeden was drafted 22nd overall to become the oldest player drafted in the first round at 28 years old. He didn’t earn his first win until Week 6. The rookie went 5-10 while setting a single-season Browns record of 3,385 passing yards as a rookie. He lost his starting job to injury, but regained it due to the same circumstances, but lost each of his remaining starts. Weeden was released after just two years.

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