Why the Denver Broncos Trading for Brady Quinn is a Bad Idea

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There have been so many offseason moves involving the Cleveland Browns this offseason.  With the quarterback carousel, adding Scott Fujita and a flurry of other moves, one stands out, the recent trade involving Brady Quinn.
Brady Quinn was recently traded to Denver for fullback Payton Hillis and a late 2011 and 2012 pick.  While that deal worked out well for the Browns, it was Denver who got the short end of the stick on this one.  Brady Quinn was the worst decisions made by the Browns (and they have made a lot of them) when they drafted him. 
Sure, coming out of college, he was looking good.  He had a pretty good college career, and had a pretty good combine.  He even was faster than the bust JaMarcus Russell, which was surprising because Russell was a known as a “mobile quarterback.”

However, when he was taken by the Browns late in the first round (many thought they’d take him earlier with pick No. 3; they decided t...

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