Dorian Thompson-Robinson’s role with the Cleveland Browns came out on Thursday. The news broke in a report from ESPN’s Jake Trotter.

The UCLA product will reportedly be the backup to Deshaun Watson this season. The Browns selected Thompson-Robinson in the fifth round of this year’s NFL Draft.

The news came after Cleveland decided to trade away veteran QB Josh Dobbs to the Arizona Cardinals. The Browns traded Dobbs and a 2024 seventh-round pick to Arizona for a 2024 fifth-round pick.

Thompson-Robinson performed well in the preseason, with 348 yards passing and 2 touchdowns. It looks like the Browns liked what they saw in the promising young QB.

Cleveland will be looking to rebound after finishing at 7-10 last season.

Fans are hopeful that Watson can play the full season, but Thompson-Robinson should be a nice backup plan if the preseason was any indication.

Cleveland’s last preseason game before the start of the regular season will be on Saturday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Kickoff will be at 10 a.m. PT on NFL Network.