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Report: Brady Quinn available

Posted by Chris Brown on March 10, 2010 – 12:59 pm

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Derek Anderson isn’t the only Browns QB now available to other NFL clubs.

Brady Quinn doesn’t appear like he’s going to be released, but the Browns have reportedly talked to some teams about offering him in a trade.

Adam_Schefter QB Derek Anderson out of Cleveland, and he might not be alone. Browns have discussed dealing QB Brady Quinn with other teams.

No word on the names of those other teams, but you’ve got to believe that the Browns contacted every NFL club that they believe could be looking to add to their quarterback contingent.

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Cutler and Scheffler to Redskins?

Posted by Chris Brown on March 17, 2009 – 6:52 pm

Well here’s the latest rumor on this Cutler saga so take it for what it’s worth. According to the Bleacher report, yes I know… risky, it’s a three-way trade with Cutler, Scheffler and a Browns 3rd round pick going to Washington, Chris Cooley, Jason Campbell and a Denver 5th rounder to Cleveland and Brady Quinn and Washington S LaRon Landry going to Denver.

Oh and they say the teams will announce it at 5. Of course they lead the story off by saying ‘This is unconfirmed.’

Is it wrong for me to be skeptical? I just don’t see it all coming together this fast, especially with the Broncos apparently set to try to one more time to convince Cutler to stay put. Ah the viral power of the internet! Is this truth or fiction? You’ve been warned.

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Edwards and Quinn have faced each other before

Posted by Chris Brown on November 13, 2008 – 7:34 pm

Trent Edwards and Brady Quinn will be squaring off for the first time in the NFL on Monday night, but they played against each other twice in college.

The first meeting was on Nov. 26, 2005 when Stanford played Notre Dame. The Cardinal lost a close one 38-31. Trent was 12-20 for 150 yards and two touchdown passes. He had to leave the game early after re-aggravating an arm injury.

Quinn was 25-38 for 432 yards, 3 TDs and 2 INTs.

In 2007 Notre Dame beat Stanford 31-10. Quinn was 27-37 for 232 yards and 3 TDs. Edwards was 7-13 for 68 yards.

Here’s hoping Edwards and the Bills have the upper hand in all of the NFL meetings to come.

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