Rob Chudzinski still wouldn’t declare Brandon Weeden as the Browns starting quarterback as the team heads to training camp, but all signs indicate that.

“I see (the order) the same (as coming into the OTAs and minicamp),” Chudzinski said. “It’s just become clearer as we’ve gotten to know them more.”

Chudzinski said the pecking order remains the same with Weeden first, Jason Campbell second and Brian Hoyer third.

Weeden has taken almost all of the reps with the first team, while Campbell the second group and Hoyer the third. Weeden connected with Josh Gordon and Gary Barnidge on back-to-back touchdown throws in the final minicamp practice.

“I see improvement out of all of them, especially looking at the last two days,” Chudzinski said. “I really see that they all have been able to take the things that we learned throughout the course of OTAs and then bring them here to minicamp and show improvement.”

Chudzinski is very impressed with the group of quarterbacks the Browns have.

“That group, overall, is one of the best groups I’ve been around in terms of chemistry and helping each other out and it’s really good,” Chudzinski said. “There’s a really good vibe in that room.”

Chudzinski offered his assessment on Weeden at the conclusion of minicamp.

“I think Brandon has done a nice job, to this point,” Chudzinski said. “Everything we’ve asked him to do. Certainly, it hasn’t been perfect, but having to adjust to Norv (Turner) yelling at him and making the adjustments and corrections, you’ve seen progress.

“I think you have seen it out here he’s getting the ball out quicker and he’s sped up his delivery and his understanding and comfort level, you can see it.”

Chudzinski said Campbell has been what the Browns expected when they signed him as an unrestricted free agent.