Browns coach Hue Jackson wasn't ready to christen second-round pick DeShone Kizer his starting quarterback just yet. "We're going to give all our guys an opportunity to compete,'' Jackson said. "That's what it's all about. It's not about who is the starter, who is this. Let's let these guys get here and learn our offense and spend time with myself and (quarterback coach David) Lee and go out on the field and let's see how it all turns out.'' Kizer, who tumbled out of the first round and was taken by the Browns at No. 52, will compete with Cody Kessler, Brock Osweiler, and Kevin Hogan -- for now. But the Browns might not be done shaping their quarterback room just yet. They've expressed interest in Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo and Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron has been on their radar. Other veterans could become available now that teams have drafted rookies.