Cleveland Browns: Why Mike Holmgren Is Playing with Fire…Sale

March 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the Cleveland Browns have traded Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos for two late-round draft picks and fullback Peyton Hillis, one must wonder about the direction of the Cleveland Browns.
Quinn The Eskimo
It seems that Cleveland's transactions this offseason have been less about the potential of the player and more about starting from scratch. 
The Browns have had plenty of talented players, but most have been lost in the mix of a directionless club with impatient fans.
The trade of Quinn comes after the Browns had acquired quarterback Seneca Wallace from the Seattle Seahawks and released quarterback Derek Anderson.
Nevertheless, it seems strange that the West Coast offense-minded Holmgren would bail on Brady Quinn. If anything, Quinn has the makings of a West Coast offense quarterback.
Either this trade means that Holmgren saw no potential in Quinn, Holmgren has jumped the gun, or Holmgren wants to start from scratch. 

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