Browns coach Rob Chudzinski conceded a change at quarterback will be discussed Monday afternoon but it was hard to gauge whether he was ready to make a move away from Brandon Weeden.

“We’ll talk as a staff later on this afternoon” the coach said. “We’ll basically put the guys at all positions who give us the best opportunity to win.”

Pressed again if a change at quarterback would be considered he answered “Yeah at all positions we’re considering … looking at that. Typically that’s what we do every week.”

Weeden’s record this year as starting quarterback dropped to 0-4 after Sunday’s 31-13 loss in Green Bay. Weeden compiled a passer rating of 48.6 on 17 of 42 passing for 149 yards. He was intercepted once and threw one touchdown to Jordan Cameron.

Campbell the veteran quarterback acquired in the offseason to provide “competition” for Weeden has played only briefly in mop-up duty in Game 2 in Baltimore. He was then passed over for Brian Hoyer when Chudzinski looked for “a spark” in the wake of Weeden’s sprained thumb injury. Campbell was passed over again and made inactive when Hoyer suffered a season-ending knee injury in Game 5 against Buffalo.