Jake Delhomme Signing Signals End of Brady Quinn in Cleveland

March 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Whether you rooted for Brady Quinn or Derek Anderson the last few years in Cleveland, that's all over now.
Jake Delhomme's agent confirmed to the Cleveland Plain Dealer Saturday night that Delhomme has signed a two-year contract with the Browns. Terms were undisclosed as of Saturday night.
Team President Mike Holmgren and General Manager Tom Heckert have come to the mutual decision that Brady Quinn is not the future of the Cleveland Browns.
How much input head coach Eric Mangini had in this decision is unknown, but Holmgren said in his opening statements to the press in January he wouldn't force any player on Mangini.
While Delhomme has a great track record, including a Pro Bowl and a Super Bowl appearance, he also is 35 years old and hasn't been the same quarterback since the 2008 playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals, when he had one of the largest meltdowns in the history of the NFL postseason.
His five interceptions and one fumble was "Tin Cup"-worthy ...

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