Kevin Hogan

#8 QB / Cleveland Browns / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 lb Age: 25 College: Stanford Bye 9

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  • Browns' Kevin Hogan: Inactive again Sunday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Hogan (coach's decision) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Vikings in London. After four appearances this season, including a start in Week 6, Hogan was relegated to third-string quarterback behind DeShone Kizer and Cody Kessler in advance of Week 7. Subsequently, Hogan will reside on the inactive list for a second straight contest, though there's no guarantee he'll stay there considering head coach Hue Jackson's quick trigger finger this season.

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  • Browns' Kevin Hogan: Practices fully Wednesday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Hogan (ribs) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports. Hogan's demotion from first to third on the quarterback depth chart earlier in the day overshadowed the news that the second-year signal caller injured his ribs during his first career start in the Week 6 loss to the Texans. Given his full involvement in the Browns' first practice of the week, it's not expected that Hogan will carry an injury designation heading into Sunday's contest against the Titans. However, by virtue of falling behind DeShone Kizer and Cody Kessler in the pecking order, Hogan seems bound for the inactive list in Week 7.

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  • Browns' Kevin Hogan: Heading back to bench
    By RotoWire Staff

    Hogan will return to a backup role for Sunday's game against the Titans after Browns head coach Hue Jackson announced Wednesday that DeShone Kizer would serve as the team's starting quarterback in Week 7, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports. Hogan performed admirably in relief of the struggling Kizer in three contests earlier in the season, but faltered during his first NFL start in Sunday's loss to the Texans, completing just 20 of 37 passes for a horrid 3.8 yards per attempt while throwing three interceptions and fumbling once. Though Kizer proved similarly turnover prone while starting the Browns' first five games, his superior pedigree as a rookie second-round pick likely factored heavily into the winless team's decision to turn back to him with the playoffs seemingly out of reach already. If Kizer, who posted an NFL-worst 49.5 passer rating over his previous five starts, fails to show any noticeable improvement in his subsequent opportunities, it's not out of the question for Hogan or third-string option Cody Kessler to receive starts before the season ends, but neither would offer much fantasy upside while being flanked by underwhelming talent at the skill positions.

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  • Browns' Kevin Hogan: Could lose job already
    By RotoWire Staff

    Browns coach Hue Jackson said he will announce his Week 7 starting quarterback Wednesday, choosing between Hogan and DeShone Kizer, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports. Hogan fell flat on his face in his first career start Sunday against the Texans, completing 20 of 37 passes for 140 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions. The final score was 33-17, but the Browns were down 33-3 before cornerback Jason McCourty came through with a pick-six early in the fourth quarter. Hogan finally led the team on a touchdown drive in garbage time, but it wasn't enough to save him from an ugly final stat line. Apparently unimpressed, Jackson is already thinking about turning back to Kizer after just one week. The Browns face the Titans in Week 7.

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  • Browns' Kevin Hogan: Will get start in Week 6
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Browns have named Hogan their starting quarterback over DeShone Kizer for their Week 6 matchup Sunday against the Texans, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports. A change under center was imminent after Kizer completed only 50.9 percent of his passes and threw nine interceptions during the Browns' first five games, yielding a 49.5 quarterback rating that placed him well behind the Ravens' Joe Flacco for the worst mark in the league. Hogan, meanwhile, impressed in relief of the struggling rookie in the Week 5 loss to the Jets, completing 16 of 19 passes for 194 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Neither signal caller will represent anything more than a lower-tier fantasy option while being supported by a weak Browns offense, but Hogan, a second-year player out of Stanford, appears far more NFL ready than Kizer at this stage of their respective development timelines. Given that the Browns invested a second-round pick in Kizer this April, he could get another look at some point in 2017, but likely not until Hogan fails first or succumbs to an injury.

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