Tim Couch: There’s No Commitment, Loyalty in Cleveland


Tim Couch hasn’t been apart of the Cleveland Browns for years now, and he definitely has no relationship with this regime.

So Couch is either bitter, delusional or on to something. Couch, the No. 1 overall pick of the 1999 NFL Draft, is probably the most disappointing of the 21 guys Cleveland has had under center since ’99.

Couch said that the Browns need to find a coach and a quarterback who can work together, then stick with them through good times and bad.

Then he really ripped the city and organization when he stated that “Cleveland lacks loyalty and commitment.”

“It’s been a long 15 years of watching the same thing repeat itself over and over. The biggest that frustrates me is the lack of commitment and loyalty to let a coach see it out and a quarterback play it out,” Couch told ESPN.

“I thought everything Bernie Kosar said was right,” Couch said. “This is just repeating the same process of the last 15 years, like Bernie said. Whether it was me, Kelly [Holcomb] or on and on and on, the finger keeps being pointed at the quarterback. It’s the team. Build a team and then worry about the quarterback.”