QB Brett Ratliff: Would the Browns Be Giving Him a Chance by Letting Him Go?

May 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the head of Cleveland Browns quarterback Brett Ratliff, as he goes into his third season in the NFL. Ratliff broke into the league with and spent 2008 with Coach Eric Mangini and the New York Jets. During the 2009 NFL draft, he was traded, along with Kenyon Coleman and draft picks, to the Cleveland Browns in a deal that netted the Jets, franchise QB Mark Sanchez and the Browns, center Alex Mack.
Ratliff is 6'4", 224 lbs and has prototypical size for an NFL quarterback. He starred at Utah with 3,438 yards, 31TDs, and only nine interceptions. He went undrafted, and was signed by the Jets as an undrafted free agent and assigned to their practice squad.
He is married to wife Shailley and was a sociology major at Utah.
In the 2008 preseason, Ratliff made a name for himself by destroying whatever secondary he faced, including the Browns. He went 29-43 for 451 yards and four TDs. The Browns quarterback is reputed to have a quick, overhand re...

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