BEREA, Ohio -- Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden thumb is only sprained. Clevelands offence is broken. Weeden injured his thumb in the fourth quarter of Sundays 14-6 loss at Baltimore and may not play this week when the Browns play at Minnesota. Coach Rob Chudzinski said the team will wait and see how Weedens injury responds over the next few days, but he seemed to be leaning toward having to play either backup Jason Campbell or third-stringer Brian Hoyer. Campbell filled in for one series -- he went 1 of 4 for six yards -- after Weeden went down against the Ravens, but Chudzinski said he will consider starting Hoyer against the Vikings. "Im going to keep all of our options open," said Chudzinski. "We have two options -- Jason and Brian. Im confident in all of our guys." Campbell, who has made 71 career starts for Washington, Oakland and Chicago, said hes comfortable with whatever his role might be. "Were all on the same team. Whatever the situation is you have to be a pro and thats how I approach it," he said. "Ill just continue to keep pushing forward and striving to help guys around me to become better, and at the same time just worry about trying to do my job." Weeden was not available in the locker room during the period it was open to reporters on Monday. The second-year QB hurt his thumb when he banged it on a helmet after throwing a pass. Following the game, Weeden underwent X-rays and said he had trouble gripping the ball. He left the stadium with a large brace on his hand. Weeden has been sacked 11 times in Clevelands first two games as the Browns offensive line has had protection issues. Cleveland has scored just one touchdown in losses to Miami and Baltimore. Chudzinski believes Clevelands offensive problems are fixable, and the Browns should get a huge lift this week with the return of top wide receiver Josh Gordon, who was suspended for the first two games after failing the NFLs drug policy. 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