Colt McCoy returned to work with the Cleveland Browns on Monday not knowing how much longer he'll have a job.
McCoy participated, as expected, in the team's voluntary offseason conditioning program just days after Cleveland drafted his likely successor, Oklahoma State QB Brandon Weeden.
The Browns selected Weeden, a former minor-league pitcher in the New York Yankees' system, in the first round on Thursday and the team is expected to start the 28-year-old this season as a rookie.
Browns President Mike Holmgren said he could imagine McCoy staying on as the team's No. 2 QB.
Holmgren insisted Weeden will not be handed the starting job, but the Browns wouldn't have taken him with the No. 22 overall pick - much sooner than most experts had him going - if they intended to groom him for the future.
Former Tennessee quarterback Matt Simms, the youngest son of former Giants star Phil Simms, is among 23 players invited by the New York Jets for a tryout at their rookie minicamp this weekend.
The Jets also offered a tryout to former Penn State running back Joe Suhey, the son of former Bears fullback Matt Suhey, and agreed to terms with former Nittany Lions cornerback D'Anton Lynn, son of former NFL running back and current New York running backs coach Anthony Lynn.
Case Keenum, the record-setting Houston quarterback, said he will sign as an undrafted free agent with Houston.