Quinn Is Traded To Denver

Travis Smith@TravisLeeSmith2Analyst IIMarch 14, 2010

KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 20:  Quarterback Brady Quinn #10 of the Cleveland Browns looks on during their NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefs on December 20, 2009 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Browns defeated the Chiefs 41-34. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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"The Cleveland Browns have traded quarterback Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos for fullback Peyton Hillis, a 2011 draft pick and a conditional pick in 2012.The teams announced the trade Sunday and said the deal is pending physicals. Quinn's departure comes one day after the Browns agreed to terms with free agent Jake Delhomme on a two-year contract. Quinn went 3-9 in 12 starts for Cleveland, which drafted him in the first round of the 2007 draft." ESPN.com My Thoughts: Well Cleveland needed a new start and they have one by trading away both of their qbs from a year ago. Yes I know the browns played bad at times last year but Quinn really started to play near the end of the year so its a shock. I don't think Jake Delhomme will take Cleveland to a better record than they had this year because look at his stats last year in Carolina with about the same amount of talent. I hope Cleveland drafts a QB this year or else they will be in severe trouble for 2010. Denver is now in a win-win situation because Quinn is a good QB that hasn't gotten with the right staff and Denver maybe that place. Kyle Orton was made into a legit QB last year in Denver so we may see that happen with Quinn this year. I wonder who will start for Denver on opening day?

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