Brady Quinn May Have One More Chance in Cleveland

February 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For those wondering what Brady Quinn’s future with the Cleveland Browns may be, Team President Mike Holmgren offered hope it still may be as the starting quarterback.
In an interview with Cantonrep.com this past week, Holmgren said quarterbacks need 32 professional starts before you can accurately say whether or not it’s time to move on. (That’s two full seasons for the math-challenged.)
Quinn has had exactly 12 professional starts, meaning he hasn’t even had one full season of starts in which to be evaluated.
This obviously is good news if you’re a Quinn supporter, but Holmgren quantified his remarks by adding his belief that he can make any quarterback better, including Derek Anderson.
Holmgren also said he’s not made any decisions yet because he’s been busy doing other things—but this also is good.
It means Holmgren is focusing on the job of being Team President and not trying to micromanage.
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