2009 Team: Cleveland Browns
2009 Statistics: 136-for-256, 1,339 yards, eight TD, seven INT (67.2 rating)
Status: Rumored to be available via trade
Potential Suitors: Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins
Quinn has been a massive failure so far in Cleveland. Like Anderson, he has had marginal talent to work with and probably was not solely at fault for his struggles.
That Quinn is available speaks more to Mike Holmgren's desire to start fresh than the perception in the league that Quinn cannot produce at this level. He played better after being benched and seemed poised to claim another chance.
Now, that chance will likely come with a new team. Quinn, like many of Charlie Weis' quarterbacks, is a classic system guy. Quinn would thrive on a team with a strong rushing attack that doesn't ask him to make every play and allows him to develop and learn.
Seattle would be a good place for Quinn to start over, given the team's talent at receiver and the ability for Quinn to sit and learn from Matt Hasselbeck for a year. He could also do well in run-oriented Carolina.
The possibility remains that Mike Shanahan (in Washington) or Josh McDaniels (in Denver) could push for Quinn if they aren't enamored of their current starters (Jason Campbell and Kyle Orton), but that is a long shot at best.