"Everything that I wanted to hear and everything that I wanted to see here was covered," Couch said in an Associated Press report. "…It would be a good fit for me.
"I'm looking for a change of scenery and Green Bay is a place I think I can be more successful, be on a better team and do some better things," Couch said after his visit Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Couch is only 26, but already has a great deal of NFL experience with 59 starts in five seasons. Thrown into a starting role on a below average team, Couch has 64 career touchdown, 67 interceptions, more than 11,000 yards and a 59.8 completion percentage.
The QB said he would have to get used to a backup role behind Brett Favre, but would be willing to make the adjustment.
"I'm used to starting, but I think this is a unique situation. This is Brett Favre and he's one of the all-tiome greats.
"I have time to learn the game, sit back and watch a guy like Brett, and be ready to go when I get my chance," Couch said in the AP report. A deal for Couch would probably mean a trade with the Browns, including spending a draft pick.