Is Denver Broncos Quarterback Brady Quinn the Odd Man Out Already?
Either Josh McDaniels is the smartest man in the room, or the McDaniels haters were right all along.
That Brady Quinn that McDaniels was interested in trading Jay Cutler for last year.
That Brady Quinn that McDaniels traded Peyton Hillis for.
That Brady Quinn who has been splitting reps with Kyle Orton.
ESPN.com reports that the Broncos have decided to carry just two active quarterbacks during the regular season and Brady Quinn is likely the odd man out.
Our View: Kyle Orton is the clear starter and first-round pick Tim Tebow has impressed coach Josh McDaniels with his versatility, so that doesn't leave any room for Quinn.
Tebow will likely be used for situational work, while Orton takes the majority of the snaps, making Quinn interesting trade bait if this situation comes to fruition.
Last season, Quinn finished with a QB rating of 67.2 with a 53 percent completion rate, 8 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Needless to say, it wouldn't be the end of the world if he is cut, but Broncos fans would love to see if a change of scenery would help Brady any.
It would be quite the buzzkill if he didn't even make it out of training camp as a member of the Denver Broncos.
Is Josh McDaniels a quarterback genius? Does he know something we don't? It seems like he believes that Tim Tebow as a lone backup is going to be sufficient. Many around the game believe that Tebow cannot even play the position effectively as a professional.
That is another article for another day, but I'll just say that I am not surprised at all by this rumor. You have to assume that Pat Bowlen, one of the non-billionaire NFL owners, would like to put his prized pony from Florida out there sooner than later.
We'll see if this potential huge transaction happens...
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