As you may have heard, Brady Quinn has agreed to a five-year contract with the Cleveland Browns. So, as he'll be reporting to training camp shortly, what does his future with the Browns look like?
So far, not so good. He's started off on the wrong foot with coach Romeo Crennel because of his 11-day holdout. The holdout virtually erased his chances of becoming the team's starter at the beginning of the season. Now, it's a two man race between Charlie Frye and Derek Anderson. Quinn has plenty of catching up to do in learning the Browns' offense. Also, the Browns have just 2 practices before their first preseason game on Saturday against the Chiefs, which doesn't give Quinn a very good chance of playing on Saturday. If you don't see Quinn behind center at the start of the season, don't be surprised if he starts maybe halfway into the season. Don't expect him to have a Rookie of the Year-worthy season, but he should be solid. Brady Quinn is now offically a Brown, everybody. Browns fans, keep on your toes. That's all the news for now in Erwin's NFL Blog Series.