BEREA, Ohio (AP) -Derek Anderson has kept his starting quarterback job with Cleveland for now.
Anderson, who has been ineffective during the Browns' three-game losing streak, will start Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Coach Romeo Crennel considered benching Anderson for popular second-year backup Brady Quinn, who has played in only one game as a pro.
Anderson made the Pro Bowl last season but has been in a prolonged slump dating to the final weeks of 2008. He has thrown two touchdown passes and five interceptions this season and his quarterback rating has been the league's second worst.

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