Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Cleveland Browns sign Tyler Thigpen and Vince Young

Ray FarmerOn Thursday, Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer announced that the team signed veteran quarterbacks Tyler Thigpen and Vince Young, and pay per head sportsbooks believe that the Browns will receive a very big boost after signing these players.

Price per head services found out that Thigpen and Young participated in Cleveland’s three-day minicamp that started on Tuesday.

Last season, Young wasn’t in the league, and earlier this week Farmer said that he wanted to see the player perform, and that the tryout at the minicamp was the best way for him to do that.

Cleveland needed to add a veteran so they could back up Brian Hoyer – set to be the starter as they head into this season, but is coming off knee surgery. Pay per head sportsbooks learned that besides Hoyer, the only quarterback on the Browns’ roster was Alex Tanney, who last season was signed late as Cleveland were hit hard by injuries at the position.

In 2011, Young played for the Philadelphia Eagles, even though he was with the Green Bay Packers during the preseason in 2013. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that in 2012, Thigpen played for the Buffalo Bills in four games.

Pay per head sportsbooks believe that both players fit right into the play-action rollout system ran by offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.

In six seasons, Thigpen played in 29 games, completing 54 percent of his passes with 18 interceptions and 21 touchdowns.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that between 2006 and 2011, Young made 50 starts. The player completed 57.9 percent of his passes with 51 interceptions and 46 touchdowns. As a starter, he is 31-19 and made the Pro Bowl twice.

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Pay per head sportsbooks also learned that on Thursday, Cleveland signed linebacker Zac Diles, who spent parts of the last two seasons with the Tennessee Titans, and many fans believe that the player can prove to be a great addition to the team.