The Best Thing Brady Quinn Can Do For Himself

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the 22nd pick in the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select from the University of Notre Dame, Brady Quinn.
That moment was a day of hope for the Browns, Quinn, and Notre Dame fans everywhere. Of course, we all remember the wait Quinn endured as he kept falling in the draft.
Even after sliding in the draft, Quinn seemed to get a fairy tale ending being able to play for the team he grew up rooting for. Then came Quinn's biggest mistake, which is still haunting him today. That is the holdout as a rookie. He never made it to camp until right before the first preseason game. Since then, he has been unable to catch a break.
He didn't play until the second game. Although Quinn performed quite well in the preseason, then Head Coach Romeo Crennel felt Quinn wasn't ready to start opening day. So Charlie Frye got the starting nod, and it was so bad that he was traded the next day.
Then Crennel decided that Derek Anderson would play for a few weeks until he felt Quinn was...

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