Todd Haley: Browns may have best QB room I’ve worked with

During Todd Haley’s tenure as the offensive coordinator of the Steelers, there were reports that he didn’t see eye to eye with Ben Roethlisberger. Now Haley is offensive coordinator of the Browns, and his recent comments suggest that he’s happy to have different quarterbacks to work with.

Haley said the quarterback room he’s working with now may be the best he’s worked with — even though he was working with a future Hall of Famer in Roethlisberger, and even though Tyrod Taylor, Baker Mayfield and Drew Stanton are not on Roethlisberger’s level.

That’s good news for Browns fans, who have wished for a long time they could find a quarterback situation like the Steelers have.

On balance, the Colts would obviously rather have a healthy Luck with a little X-and-O rust than a broken-down Luck who has the plays down pat. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be an issue for them, particularly early in the season.

He ran maybe three or four routes, but he looks good coming out of his breaks, Manning said. From what I have seen, he looks sharp and ready to go.

Saquon Barkley’s welcome-to-the-NFL moment may come before he goes up against another team.

Though many of his coaches and teammates have expressed how impressed they’ve been with the rookie’s power, speed, versatility and maturity, All-Pro defensive tackle Damon Harrison is most interested in learning about the toughness of the No. 2-overall pick.

The guy can play, man … [but] I’m excited to get out there in training camp so I can hit his ass and see what’s he made of, Harrison said Tuesday.

I told him it’s not Penn State. He’s not going up against Josh Banks and Wake Forest.

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