Detroit Lions 2010 Draft: Another Possible Trading Partner in Cleveland?

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Well, it looks like Brady Quinn's short and volatile stay with the Cleveland Browns is coming to an end.
Just a couple years ago, it appeared that the Browns had an embarrassment of young quarterback riches with Derek Anderson having a huge 2007 year, putting up over 3,700 yards passing, 29 touchdowns, and a more than respectable 82.5 passer rating.
Not bad for a guy in his first year as a starter.
At the same time, the Browns had pulled off what many considered to be a brilliant draft by selecting stalwart left tackle Joe Thomas at the No. 3 pick, where many had guessed them to take QB Brady Quinn, only to find him still available nearly 20 picks later.
At that point, they traded up and nabbed him at the No. 22 spot.
In retrospect, the Thomas pickup was the right call for the Browns, and he has started every game for them at left tackle since, missing out on rookie of the year honors because of the spectacular year of Adrian Peterson, but consistently put...

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