"If it comes to that, if they decide to do something, [I'll deal with it] at that point," he said. "But no one has said anything to me yet, and there's no place I'd rather be than here. I'm invested in this city and this team, and I wouldn't have it any other way."
McCoy heard the rumors again last week when he was in Green Bay, that perhaps the Packers might want him as a backup to Aaron Rodgers. They're not enamored with Graham Harrell, who struggled against the Browns, and are reportedly looking into Seattle's Tarvaris Jackson. The Arizona Cardinals are also possibly pondering a new No. 2.
"You hear all of the rumors," McCoy said. "I keep a real tight mind-set that my job is quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. And I'm going to go out here and compete and give my best to this city and this organization, because this is where I was drafted, and I don't want to be anywhere else."
Browns coach Pat Shurmur, who announced earlier this month that the No. 2 job was up for grabs in camp, said Sunday that he'll let the competition continue through the final two preseason games.
The Browns face the Eagles Friday, with first roster cuts to 75 coming three days later, next Monday. Final cuts to 53 are Aug. 31, a day after the final preseason game in Cleveland against the Bears.
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