The Browns shook up their entire quarterback depth chart Wednesday.

Not only did they reinsert rookie DeShone Kizer into the starting lineup, but they also promoted Cody Kessler to No. 2.

Kevin Hogan is now No. 3. He served as the No. 2 quarterback in the first five games and started the sixth, Sunday's 33-17 loss to the Houston Texans. Hogan is also working through an injury to his ribs he suffered against the Texans. He'll be listed on the injury report this week.

Kessler went 0-8 as a starter last season and entered the offseason program atop the depth chart. But he struggled in training camp and the preseason while Kizer won the starting job and Hogan the primary backup role. Kizer started the first five games before serving as the No. 2 quarterback in Houston. Now the second-round draft pick from Notre Dame is the starter again.

Coach Hue Jackson said early in the season Kessler would receive a chance to be the backup at some point. The opportunity has arrived with the Browns (0-6) preparing to host the Tennessee Titans (3-3) on Sunday.