QB carousel spinning again: Brandon Weeden probably will start and the Browns will look at Caleb Hanie as a candidate to back him up for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville.

Hanie will come in Tuesday for a look-see, according to a source, even though coach Rob Chudzinski would not rule out Jason Campbell just yet. Campbell reported to the facility on Monday and was sent home early. Campbell can’t be cleared to practice or play until he passes the league’s protocol on concussions.

The Browns have been one quarterback short ever since Brian Hoyer suffered a season-ending knee injury on Oct. 3. The only quarterback they made a try for was Scott Tolzien, who was on Green Bay’s practice squad but elected to stay with the Packers.

The Browns have declined to add one from the available pool of has-beens and never-weres until now. “We’re looking at all those options. There’s a good chance we’ll sign one before the game,” Chudzinski said.

Hanie, 28, was undrafted coming out of Colorado State in 2008. He made the roster of the Chicago Bears and kept a job with them through 2011. Hanie moved on to the Denver Broncos in 2012 and began the 2013 preseason with the Baltimore Ravens. Hanie has been unsigned since the Ravens released him on Aug. 30.