The Dallas Cowboys released DeMarcus Ware, Carolina Panthers cut Steve Smith, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers let go Darrelle Revis and Brandon Weeden found himself out of the Cleveland Browns.

Three of these moves were  lamented by the fans of the teams involved. 

Brandon Weeden was the odd one out. Browns fans lauded where others lamented and were overjoyed they didn't have to put up with another season of 'The Weed.'

One fan in particular even went to the lengths of collecting all of the quarterbacks worst plays and aptly setting them to Sarah McLachlan's somber song 'I Will Remember You'.

Browns fans will remember Weeden all right. But not for the right reasons.

The Browns drafted Weeden in the first-round of the 2012 draft as a 28-year-old rookie out of Oklahoma State after previously being a minor league pitcher for six years.

But after two seasons and too many interceptions, the team has parted ways with the now 30-year-old play caller.

All the great Weeden moments are in the two minute long video. Countless hurried throws leading to aforementioned interceptions, the floated pick to Detroit Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy and the time he got trapped under a United States flag.

You can relax now Cleveland, he's gone.

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