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Brady Quinn not coming back to Browns in 2010?

At halftime of today's Notre Dame-USC game, Mike Florio, Peter King, and Jimmy Roberts waxed philosophic about the latest NFL news in advance of this week's trading deadline.

One of the topics was former Golden Domer Brady Quinn, who seems to want out of Cleveland, but looks unlikely to be dealt this week because of his affordable salary.

But King doesn't think the Browns will keep the local favorite for long.

"Whether [Quinn] goes or not [in the next week], he will not be on the Browns in 2010," King said. "I believe they've had enough of Brady Quinn -- Eric Mangini and G.M. George Kokinis, the general manager."

Wow.

This statement did not appear to be made lightly. Even someone without the rolodex of King could look at the situation in Cleveland, and make some judgements regarding Quinn's future there.

The Browns only gave Quinn two and a half games before putting Derek Anderson back in the lineup. Even if they didn't like what they saw, giving him the hook so quickly is not something you do with a true "quarterback of the future."

King's comment makes us wonder when and where we'll see Quinn again, no matter how much the Browns offense struggles with Derek Anderson in the lineup.


We def need to pick him up and cut ties with our scrub Qb's

http://www.yardbarker.com/NFL/article_external/King_Quinn_Wont_Be_Back_In_Cleveland_in_2010/1387121
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No thanks.
I agree, we shold cut ties with our scrub QBs and pick up the Brown's scrub QB.

Super Bowl here we come!!!
Originally posted by jta854:
I agree, we shold cut ties with our scrub QBs and pick up the Brown's scrub QB.

Super Bowl here we come!!!

um I dont know if you understand he plays for the Browns!!!

They are the worst team in the NFL
[ Edited by 49erman5692 on Oct 18, 2009 at 8:24 AM ]
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Whilst we do require a QB we will definitely not trade for one. Its not the way we do things now I'm afraid. Look for him to end up at either on a team that requires improvement (Carolina) or a project for an elite team (Colts).
Originally posted by Envy:
Whilst we do require a QB we will definitely not trade for one. Its not the way we do things now I'm afraid. Look for him to end up at either on a team that requires improvement (Carolina) or a project for an elite team (Colts).

he is gonna be a free agent
the browns...as a whole....look Laughable......


As a football fan , an older football fan who has watched football closely for the last 25 years..., I WOULD NOT be shocked in the LEAST , if it took 5 years or more to recover from the Personal Moves they have made.



I cant think of one single time the "cleaning house" method has worked when You start to dump off most of your Pro-bowl players that are Under 30.


You CANT drop all the other coaches players and replace them with "your guys" You could not do it back in the plan b free agency days and you sure has hell cant do it now when Quality players Cost TONS of cap space.


NFL coaches have to COACH all the players , both the boyscouts and Divas. If the only thing you can do is coach the boyscouts , you DONT NEED to be in the NFL.

You have to be able to Handle the mike Irvings and Randy Mosss(whats the plural of Moss?) of the world.


I have a problem with ANY coach that comes in with that attitude. Its DAMN HARD to get an overwelming amount of talent on to any NFL roster , There is not a COACH in the game today that is GOOD ENOUGH that they can start to cut out problem players.


I dont know how the browns are going to drop guys like edwards and winslow then throw away a QB the dropped a first into and recover....

I bet they dont anytime soon.........
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Originally posted by 49erman5692:
Originally posted by Envy:
Whilst we do require a QB we will definitely not trade for one. Its not the way we do things now I'm afraid. Look for him to end up at either on a team that requires improvement (Carolina) or a project for an elite team (Colts).

he is gonna be a free agent

My bad
haha i can't believe the Browns traded BACK into the first round to draft him. It's a shame i thought he'd do well for the Browns. If Derek Anderson never had that fluke season Quinn would be starting and none of this would be happening.
I have never seen Quinn play for the browns. Its hard to evaluate a QB when they play for a horrible team.

Whatever happened to cleveland? Do they still have the dawg pound? Cleveland used to be a decent football city.
Yeah what's up with the Browns---it must suck royally to be a fan of the Raiders, Rams, and Browns.
....make it stop!
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Originally posted by GoNiners:
haha i can't believe the Browns traded BACK into the first round to draft him. It's a shame i thought he'd do well for the Browns. If Derek Anderson never had that fluke season Quinn would be starting and none of this would be happening.

The Browns were praised for drafting their franchise LT and QB in one draft.

But I'd rather have Derek Anderson over Brady Quinn any day of the week. If you give Anderson a legit O-line, he has the ability to make all the throws.
If he's a free agent next year, I wouldn't mind if we picked him up for a reasonable price.
I watched Brady Quinn a few time when he was at Notre Dame and about a half dozen times since he has come to the Browns and I just don't see much in him. I really doubt that he's ever going to be a good starting QB. I'd pass.